Watford have announced the signings of Kiko Femenia and Daniel Bachmann, the two arrivals adding to Marco Silva's squad ahead of the new Premier League season.
Spanish right-back Femenia joins on a four-year deal from Alaves, whom he helped to the final of the Copa del Rey last season before losing to Barcelona.
The 26-year-old has previously been on the books of both Real Madrid and Barca, while he also featured for Spain's youth teams up to Under-20 level.
Watford have also brought in Bachmann on a three-year deal, the 22-year-old goalkeeper making the switch from Stoke City after failing to break through to the first team.
Bachmann, who has 16 international caps for Austria at Under-21 level, joins Will Hughes at Watford after the England Under-21 international completed a move from Championship side Derby County.
Silva's first Premier League game in charge of the Hornets will be against Liverpool, with the match scheduled for August 12.