Toni Duggan is the only player to have featured in every one of Phil Neville’s 17 matches as England head coach.
Her importance to Neville’s regime was underlined when she was handed the armband for the 3-0 win over Austria in November 2018. It was the first time Duggan had captained her country.
A precocious talent in her younger days, the 27-year-old forward helped England win the U19 Euros in 2009, alongside future senior team colleagues Jordan Nobbs, Lucy Bronze, Jade Moore, Izzy Christiansen and Gemma Bonner.
Duggan made her first senior team appearance against Croatia in September 2012 and scored a late equaliser against Russia at Euro 2013.
The Liverpool native was a key part of the squad as England won bronze at Canada 2015 while on the domestic front, she has helped fire Barcelona to the Champions League final for the first time following a trophy-laden spell at Manchester City.