Tottenham Hotspur defender Hannah Godfrey has signed a new contract extension with the North Londoners.
The 22-year-old Thornton-Cleveleys-born centre-back has impressed for the North Londoners since joining the club in the summer.
It has now been reported via Spurs’ official media sources that Godfrey has signed a contract extension which will keep her at The Hive until summer 2021. The youngster has proved her worth to her joint-managers Karen Hills and Juan Amoros and the Spurs bosses have moved quickly to tie the player down for a longer period.
Godfrey has made 11 appearances for Spurs in all competitions, playing her part in many of her side’s impressive results in the FA Women’s Super League following their promotion from the second tier in May. The player’s performances have been recognised on an international level with Scotland manager Shelley Kerr having called up Godfrey to the senior side for the first time in November, scoring on her debut in a 5-0 victory over Albania.
The centre-back started her career with Blackburn Rovers where she made her senior debut while she was also on the books of Manchester City as a teenager. Godfrey enjoyed a spell in the United States at Pensacola FC before returning to England and joining Tottenham Hotspur.