One of the most popular players in the dressing room, Carly Telford has been a key cog in the England wheel for over a decade.
She made her debut against Scotland in 2007 and travelled to the World Cup in China just six months later.
The 33-year-old, who has had to compete for the No1 jersey with the likes of Rachel Brown-Finnis and Karen Bardsley, featured in four of England’s eight World Cup 2019 qualifiers, keeping three clean sheets.
Telford started two of the three games during the Lionesses’ successful SheBelieves Cup campaign, in 2019.
At domestic level, Telford has appeared in three Women’s FA Cup Finals, in 2008 with Leeds United, in 2012 with Chelsea and 2015 with Notts County.