Tim Ambrose, Ian Westwood and Ateeq Javid have become the latest senior players to pledge their futures to Warwickshire.
The trio have signed contract extensions at Edgbaston as the Bears continue to make good progress towards getting all their senior squad members signed up until beyond the end of next season.
Former England wicketkeeper Ambrose has signed a new three-year deal after returning close to his best form both behind the stumps and with the bat last season.
Ambrose scored 623 runs at an average of 44.50 in the championship and took 42 catches with one stumping.
His input - and continuing fitness - will be crucial for Warwickshire next year in the light of his former deputy Richard Johnson's departure to Derbyshire.
Former captain Westwood and promising batsman Javid have signed two-year deals.
Both joined the Bears as Under-11s and developed through the club's system with Westwood going on to play 108 first-class matches so far while Javid captained the Second XI to the Championship title in 2011. He has made eight first-class appearances and will be very disppointed not to add to that number in 2013.
Bears assistant coach Dougie Brown is delighted that the three players have re-committed to the club. Warwickshire are keen to build on their championship success this year and the coaching staff are pleased that almost all senior players have now re-signed to give the squad a real feel of stability for the immediate future,
"Tim and Ian have been key members of the squad for several years," he said.
"They both played a major role in last season's championship win and to secure their futures here at Edgbaston is a great boost for the club.
"Ateeq is an exciting, young batsman with a great future ahead of him.
"He's constantly looking at ways to improve his game and has recently returned to Australia after spending last winter there.
"He just needs to keep working hard and grasp his opportunity to become an established member of the senior team when it comes."
Meanwhile, Bears groundsman Gary Barwell and his team have entered one of their busiest periods of the year as they complete the regular end-of-season work on the Edgbaston square and outfield.
The square was heavily scarified before being seeded five ways to provide a new top dressing on each of the 17 first-class pitches.
The outfield has also been heavily scarified and seeded.
"The square and outfield are very busy over the summer months, so it's essential we complete this work to ensure that both are in the best possible shape come April," said Barwell. "Despite the heavy rainfall last summer, we received some great feedback from the way pitches played at Edgbaston.
"As the venue for next year's finals of the Champions Trophy and T20 finals day, we will have a bigger profile than ever next summer.
"So we are all really looking forward to providing great pitches for these prestigious matches."