Inverness have made a double signing boost by extending captain Richie Foran's contract and signing Frenchman Claude Gnakpa.
Former Motherwell midfielder Foran was due to be out of contract in the summer but he has signed a new two-year deal.
And Inverness also completed their second signing in two days by bringing in French winger Gnakpa from Walsall.
Inverness manager Terry Butcher said: "Richie is an inspirational player for this club. He's done a magnificent job for us in the past two years and still has a major contribution to make.
"Recently he's been performing a new holding role in midfield and done extremely well there. Richie commands the respect of the players and the management team alike.
"Maurice Malpas and I signed up for new two year deals and this continuity is maintained by Richie committing for a similar period."
Gnakpa, a 6ft 2in 28-year-old who can also play in defence, has signed until the end of the season.
Butcher added: "I have been tracking Claude for a good number of years, but never managed to get him so we're very pleased that he has flown north and put pen to paper.
"He's big, strong and pacy and can score goals, so he will be a very exciting asset to the club. Having already landed striker Sam Winnall from Wolves on loan, it gives us more depth in a pool which has continuously been depleted by serious injuries."
Gnakpa started his career at Montpellier and had spells in Spain and with FC Vaduz in Liechtenstein before moving to Peterborough and then Luton.