WEST Coast's signing spree has continued, with Jack Redden and Nathan Vardy putting pen to paper on contract extensions.

Redden has added another three seasons to the three-year deal he signed after crossing from Brisbane at the end of 2015, in exchange for pick 17.  

Meanwhile, Vardy has inked a two-year extension, taking him through until at least the end of 2020 after he was lured west from Geelong at the end of 2016.

Their signatures follow recent contract announcements about Willie Rioli, Jake Waterman, Liam Duggan and Jamie Cripps, while injured forward Liam Ryan is also reportedly close to an extension.

Redden took some time finding his feet at the Eagles but produced his most consistent form for the club in the back half of last season, when he averaged nearly 25 disposals in the last nine matches after being dropped mid-year. 

With champion midfielder Matt Priddis retiring, the 27-year-old has been handed more responsibility as a contested ball winner.

"He has the ability to win the ball inside the contest and he loves applying pressure, which is something we really need at stoppages following Matt Priddis’ retirement," list manager Brady Rawlings said.

"Jack brings us that each week, but he also has the ability to run, cover the ground and spread to space, which is critical these days. 

"We’re really pleased to have him signed for another few years."

Vardy enjoyed the most fruitful season of his injury-ravaged career last season, playing 22 matches in the long-term absences of ruckmen Nic Naitanui and Scott Lycett. 

The former Cat had managed just 25 appearances in the previous seven seasons due to knee and hip issues. 

Vardy's hopes of holding down his spot early this year were blown once he went down with an adductor issue in West Coast's practice match against Fremantle in early March.

But the 26-year-old is set to return via East Perth this Sunday and start pushing for a senior berth. 

"I just love everyone at the footy club and I’ve fell in love with the city of Perth as well, so it was a very easy decision (to re-sign)," Vardy said.

"Coming over here I did my first full pre-season and then ran into a full year. I was able to back it up with another full pre-season, but I fell at the last hurdle this year. 

"It’s obviously a frustrating start to the year, but it’s a long year and hopefully I’ll get back playing soon."