Steph Houghton: England captain signs new Manchester City Women deal

Steph Houghton
Steph Houghton has won four trophies since moving to Man City, including this year's Women's FA Cup

England captain Steph Houghton has signed a new contract with Manchester City Women.

The 29-year-old moved to City in 2014 from Arsenal Ladies, having also played for Leeds United Ladies after starting her career at Sunderland Women.

She has won 85 caps for her country and has led the national side since 2014, as well as playing for Great Britain at the London Olympics in 2012.

"I've only ever seen my future at the club," she told the club website.

"This will be my fourth season and I've loved every single minute of it. I had no intention of going anywhere else and this is my home now."

The length of Houghton's new contract has not been disclosed.

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