Everton forward Katja Snoeijs has put pen to paper, extending her stay with the Women’s Super League club on a two-year deal. 

Signing until June 2026, the Netherlands international has followed in the footsteps of teammate Elise Stenevik, who also announced a new contract with the club earlier this week.

Snoeijs has excelled as a Toffee since joining in 2022, and has finished as the club’s top goal scorer in the last two seasons.

The 27-year-old told EvertonTV: ”It’s always nice to get clarity of your next step in your career and I’m really happy for that.

”I’ve been here for two seasons, but I feel there’s still so much I can give to the team and to the Club.”

She added: ”As a player, you’re always hungry to do more.”

Snoeijs was manager Brian Sorensen’s first permanent signing when he arrived in Merseyside in 2022, bringing her in from French side Bordeaux.

Sorensen told evertonfc.com: ”First of all, Katja is a wonderful person to work with.

”She is a great teammate, and you can always count on her to give maximum effort.

”She’s an excellent football player.”

He added: “This season has been up and down for us as a team but, in terms of her performances, Katja has been very consistent.

”I know she wants to score more goals and I’m sure that’s going to come when we as a team get better… hopefully next season we will have a bit more consistency and Katja will flourish further.”

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By Emilie Mwanza

Founder of Beyond The 90. Trainee multimedia journalist based in Preston.