Worcester have continued the retention of some of their current squad by securing the services of Gary Trueman for another two years.
The centre, who has played the end of the last season as a wing, has agreed a new contract to remain at Sixways until the summer of 2008.
There was a stage when the 25 year-old's future with Premiership side Worcester did not look so bright with Thomas Lombard ensconced in his preferred position at inside centre and the emergence of youngster Simon Whatling.
But a strong finish to the campaign, including an outstanding game against Newcastle, has convinced the club to extend a relationship which began in 2001. Since joining Worcester, Trueman has made over 80 appearances in the league and all cup competitions, racking up 23 tries.
Another man staying in the region is Coventry's Apoua Stewart, who has re-signed for the 2006-7 season.
Since his arrival midway through the National One campaign the counterattacking full back has been one of the major pluses in an otherwise difficult year.
His retention is something of a coup for the Butts Park side given end of season predictions that he would follow compatriot and close friend Craig McGrath to Viadana in Italy.
That move failed to materialise and Stewart becomes the 14th player to commit himself for next season.
He won't face Moseley target Simon Amor, though, after the Gloucester half-back agreed a three-year contract with champions London Wasps.
The England 7s captain had been in talks with Moseley who had been willing to indulge his international commitments.
Though he seemed keen to come to Birmingham the lure of top-flight rugby proved too strong to resist. "To come to Wasps is a massive opportunity for me," said Amor.