Liverpool Ladies have today completed the signing of Iceland international Katrin Ómarsdóttir.
The 25-year-old midfielder, who spent a season in the USA sandwiched between two spells in Sweden, has 48 caps and eight international goals to her name.
Ómarsdóttir made her senior debut at the age of 14 for KR-Iceland and played there until 2008 when she left to join the University of California, Berkeley, and play for the Golden Bears.
In 2010 she moved to Sweden, where she played for Kristianstads DFF before returning to the USA the following year to ply her trade with Orange County Waves, who finished top of the Women's Premier Soccer League.
Her game is a mixture of skill, power and speed; Ómarsdóttir is an excellent passer of the ball and is a creative, attacking talent.
She starred in Iceland's UEFA Women's Euro 2009 team and has contributed to her country's 15th-placed FIFA ranking.
On signing for Liverpool, Ómarsdóttir said: "I like the environment, philosophy and vision the club has.
"It is my hope that my talent, ability, and mentality will help the club move forward in the direction they want to take. I'm looking forward to the work ahead and to join the Liverpool Ladies."
Matt Beard, Liverpool Ladies manager, commented: "I'm delighted Katrin has decided to join us. She is a hardworking, creative central midfield player; she scores goals and is a great passer of the ball.
"She can also play on the right hand side of midfield which gives us flexibility and more options."