The winger received her first call for the England senior squad in September 2020, when she was asked by Phil Neville to join for a training camp at St. George’s Park.
London-born Rinsola was already familiar with many of her new squad mates, having been a regular for the Young Lionesses in recent years.
She was part of the WU20s team who clinched bronze at the FIFA U20 World Cup in 2018 and had also been capped by the U19s in the 2016-17 campaign which saw them qualify for that World Cup.
The south Londoner previously played for Crystal Palace and Millwall Lionesses in her youth, before a move to Watford in 2017, when she was their top scorer in that year’s Spring Series.
A switch north to Liverpool came in 2018 and her senior call-up came on the back of what was a tough season for the Reds, following their relegation to the Women’s Championship.
But having signed a new contract at Anfield in June 2020, she’ll be hoping to help boost her England chances by firing them to promotion.