We continue our Spotlight series on Liverpoolfc.com as we get to know the Liverpool FC Women's squad.

Each member of Vicky Jepson's team will tell us about their footballing background, their inspirations and what they get up to away from the game.

Next up is Scotland international playmaker Christie Murray, who turns 30 today...

When did you sign for Liverpool FC Women?


What made you choose to be a footballer?

Football has always been my passion!

Who is your footballing idol?

Henrik Larsson.

What is the best football match you’ve watched to date?

Liverpool v Barcelona Champions League game last season.

Best LFC Women’s goal of the season so far?

Rinsola Babajide’s goal against Durham, where she nearly burst the net. We had practised it in training a few days before the match, so it was good to see it come off!

What’s the best thing about representing LFC?

It’s a big club with such a passionate fanbase, they live and breathe football.

Describe yourself in three words?

Passionate, driven, friendly.

Favourite TV show?

The Blacklist.

Favourite all-time film?

White Chicks.

Favourite music artist?

At the moment, one of my favourite artists is Gerry Cinnamon.

Favourite song?

Canter by Gerry Cinnamon.

If you weren’t a footballer, what did you want to be?

An architect.

Funniest player in the squad?

Niamh Fahey, especially when she dances, although Leighanne Robe definitely gives us a few giggles.

Best singer in the squad?

Jess Clarke has a powerful voice! She does a great version of Fallin’ by Alicia Keys!