Rachael Laws became Liverpool FC Women's first signing of the summer when she arrived on July 7 2020.
She joins the Reds after two years in the Women’s Super League with Reading.
It’s a case of welcome back to Laws, who was a Women's Super League title winner with LFC Women in 2013 when on loan from her first club Sunderland.
Laws played nine games as the Reds secured their first Women’s Super League and the North East-born stopper said she was delighted to be returning to the club.
“It’s a little bit surreal at the minute,” she told Liverpoolfc.com. “Liverpool is where my WSL journey started.
“I’m excited to be back, excited to start my new journey with Liverpool and looking forward to getting back and hopefully getting the club back to where they belong in the WSL.”
Laws has fond memories of her first stint at the club but is looking forward to making some new history.
She continued: “Hopefully I can make new memories now and hold them with me throughout my career. Back then was a really special time to play for Liverpool Football Club, it was a big thing.
“I needed a new challenge and I spoke to Vicky and Jen, the goalkeeping coach, and everything they said was what I wanted to hear and hopefully I can make an impact like I did seven years ago.”