Goalkeeper Sandy MacIver has signed a new two-year contract to keep her at Everton Women until the end of June 2023.
The 22-year-old made her first senior England appearance in last month’s 6-0 friendly victory over Northern Ireland.
“I’m really excited to sign this contract and be at Everton for another two years,” MacIver told evertonfc.com. “Willie [Kirk] has made it clear of his intent with the players he’s brought in.
“Being at Everton has been pivotal in my progression over the past year. Working with the coaching staff and a goalkeeper like Tinny [Korpela] – we push each other every day in training – has helped me so much.”
Everton manager Willie Kirk added: “I’ve been very vocal with my praise and support of Sandy this season, so needless to say I’m delighted she has committed her future to Everton.
“She is very much a modern goalkeeper, in terms of her physique, speed and distribution skills – and over the coming years she will gain crucial experience which will aid her decision-making.
“She’s had a very good season so far, with the highlights being her Player of the Match award in the FA Cup final and recently winning her first senior England cap.
“She has a big future, and I’m excited to see just how good she can become.”