Jessica Naz has signed a new three-year contract with Tottenham Hotspur.

The 23-year-old has featured in all eleven WSL games this season, starting ten, under the management of Robert Vilahamn.

Naz started out in the Spurs academy before heading out on a short term loan to the club’s North London rivals, Arsenal, in 2018.

She returned to Tottenham later that year, and has since gone on to feature 63 times for Spurs in the Women’s Super League, scoring 7 goals, and has had an additional 36 appearances in league cups.

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Naz’s technicality and critical game play has been a crucial part in aiding Vilahamn’s side to success, helping to lead the team to the Women’s FA Cup Final for the first time in history.

The striker is also just starting to break into an international career for the Lionesses.

She received her first senior call-up this month after being named as one of the four players on standby for Sarina Wiegman’s squad ahead of the international windows.

She has currently made seven appearances for the Under-23’s side.

Featured image courtesy of Emilie Mwanza.