Chelsea FC Women goal machine Beth England has signed a new four-year deal with the club according to reports on The Blues’ official website.

The 26-year-old Barnsley-born forward has been hugely impressive for Emma Hayes’ side since returning from a loan spell at Liverpool in 2018.

England has found the back of the net for Chelsea on 26 occasions in just 33 Barclays FA Women’s Super League matches in the last two seasons, a record which makes her one of the biggest assets in the English game.

It has today been revealed that England has signed a new contract with The Blues which will keep her at Kingsmeadow until summer 2024. The news is another big boost for the club’s pursuit of a first UEFA Women’s Champions League title.

England started her career close to her South Yorkshire home with former top flight side Doncaster Rovers Belles.

The player joined Chelsea in 2016. In her early days as a Blues player, England was trialed in a number of different positions and she has now become a revelation playing in attack, a role which she had adopted for both club and country.

Chelsea have won every domestic honour during England’s time at the club. Both club and player now share the same ambition, to dominate European football in the next decade.