MITCH Honeychurch and Jack Redpath are the latest in a steady stream of players to recommit to the Western Bulldogs in 2015.

After a mass exodus at the end of last season, the pair joins skipper Robert Murphy, Jake Stringer, Jack Macrae, Luke Dahlhaus and Easton Wood among those to show faith in the Bulldogs' exciting direction under coach Luke Beveridge.

Honeychurch, who claimed the round two NAB AFL Rising Star nomination, has been rewarded with a two-year deal. 

The tenacious midfielder has played 11 senior games since being selected with pick No.60 in the 2013 Draft.

 "It's obviously good to be around the club at the moment and hopefully we can continue on throughout the year," Honeychurch told the club's website

"It's been a good two years so far and to continue on for the next two years and hopefully even further should be great."

Redpath, the key forward keeping high-priced recruit Tom Boyd out of Dogs' side, has earned himself a one-year extension.

The 24-year-old former rookie has played seven games since his debut in round 16 last season.

"There's still a lot of work to be done on my game and as a team, but just to know that the club wants me around for another year, I was absolutely rapt," said Redpath

 "I'm just absolutely stoked to be in the team, I couldn't be happier."

The signatures of Honeychurch and Redpath leave few Bulldogs out of contract for 2016, with the rejuvenated Jarrad Grant and in-form veterans Matthew Boyd and Dale Morris topping that list.