West Coast have signed veteran duo Mark LeCras and Eric Mackenzie to new one-year deals with the club.

Just days after West Coast's finals campaign came to an end, the pair have signed on in a boost for the club heading into 2018.

Both LeCras and Mackenzie have won club championships in the past with LeCras taking out the John Worsfold medal in 2010 and Mackenzie in 2014.

Craig Vozzo, General Manager of Football said the club was pleased to have retained the services of the experienced pair.

“We are pleased that both players have re-signed and will be a part of our 2018 campaign,” Vozzo said.

“They are quality people who have made significant contributions to our club and we believe they will continue to be important players for us.

“Mark is one of the smartest forwards in the game and Eric finished the season strongly as part of our defensive structure, so it will be great to have their experience and ability as part of the squad for at least one more season.”

LeCras has kicked 409 goals for the club in 196 games while Mackenzie will play his 150th game for the club in 2018, qualifying him for life membership with the Eagles.

Mackenzie has been a vital member of West Coast's defence over the last five years including a memorable act in this year's elimination final against Port Adelaide, forcing a boundary throw in instead of rushing a behind with scores level and just seconds remaining.

It would be a game-defining play in a match which the Eagles would go on to win.

The Eagles have lost a wealth of experience from this years side following the retirements of Matt Priddis, Sam Mitchell and Drew Petrie.