The Western Bulldogs have pulled off a list management victory after reportedly securing the signatures of star pair Caleb Daniel and Tim English.

According to SEN's Sam Edmund, Daniel has signed for an additional four years and English for a further two, with the club's hierarchy set to make the news official in the coming days.

Edmund also reported Daniel's four-year deal makes him one of the highest-earning Dogs.

The 25-year-old helmeted half-back has been a consistent fixture of the Bulldogs' backline throughout his eight-year career, with his elusiveness and precision disposal earning him a club best-and-fairest award and All-Australian selection in 2020.

Meanwhile, after much speculation about the possibility of returning home to Western Australia next year to play for either Fremantle or West Coast, English will remain a Bulldog for at least two more seasons after a breakout campaign has seen his stocks rise.

The extension ties the high-marking ruckman to the club until the end of 2024 when the 24-year-old is set to hit free agency for the first time.

Whether or not English is postponing a move home for further down the track is yet to be known, however, the Bulldogs will certainly be pleased to retain the blonde-haired big's services for two more years.