How I Started
I come from a very athletic family. My dad used to coach football, and my other siblings also loved football! I played alongside my twin for the school football team and when I eventually moved into a professional setting I joined alongside my sister too which I think made me more competitive, but also allowed me to settle in quickly!
My Greatest Achievement
My greatest achievement is winning the PFA young player of the year award. Along with winning the WSL, I was over the moon to have won the league in my maiden season, but it was surreal to step up and accept the young player of the year award in front of my family. This was my first season in the league, and I had joined Liverpool so I was playing against and alongside players I had looked up to for years, and learning from them too!
My Greatest Challenge
My greatest challenge has been overcoming injury. I had a knee operation in September after I tore my LCL ligament, the recovery process took from September to mid-January, and this was one of the easier recoveries because coming into it I had experienced injuries like this before and I knew that there would eventually be a time when I could train again. I was left in a knee brace and crutches for six weeks following the op, and the recovery period proceeding that was difficult as I continued to have issues with the muscle.
Outside of Football, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, catching up on series’ I have missed out on, cooking different meals and I am also learning the Keyboard at the moment!
My Future goals
In Football I would love to win the league again and hopefully another personal award. After my career in Football comes to an end I want to stay in sports and become a physiotherapist.