Australian World Cup all-rounder David Hussey and compatriot Adam Voges have signed as overseas players for English county champions Nottinghamshire, the club announced on Tuesday.
Voges will be available from the opening day of the season, with Hussey set to feature for the first time when Notts Outlaws play in the national Twenty20 event on June 3, a statement on the club's website said.
Both players will be available for the duration of the Twenty20 competition, with Hussey staying on to complete the season with Nottinghamshire, subject to international commitments.
"Adam and David made big contributions for us last season and the prospect of pairing them in T20 is something that we're very excited about," said Nottinghamshire director of cricket Mick Newell.
"It's great that Notts give me a regular opportunity to play county cricket and I want to help the team to make a push in all three competitions," said Hussey, part of Australia's squad at the ongoing World Cup.