Goalkeeper Emily Ramsey has returned to Everton on a three-year contract after leaving Manchester United, having previously been on loan to the Toffees.
The 22-year-old England youth international made eight WSL appearances for Everton and finished the season boasting the best save percentage in the division (82.5 per cent).
Ramsey told evertontv: “It feels great to be back at Everton and for it to be permanently this time.
“To have signed a three-year deal is massive. I think that’ll help me moving into the new season, knowing I have the full support and backing of the club.
“I see potential in this team and in this club. They’re looking to do good things and I want to be a part of it.
Manager Brian Sorensen told evertonfc.com: “Emily has the potential to be one of the best goalkeepers in this league.
“She has the ability to grow – possibly the most potential I’ve ever seen in a goalkeeper – and the next few years will be about helping her get into the England squad on a regular basis and building her into an even better player.”