Lucy Bronze has been described as one of the best right-backs in the world, as part of the build up to tomorrow's BBC Sports Personality of the Year award.
The 24-year-old from Alnwick is one of 12 contenders on a star-studded short-list - which includes Davis Cup hero Andy Murray and boxing champion Tyson Fury - for the prestigious accolade. The winner will be revealed during the live show in Belfast.
As part of the build up to the ceremony, a special programme has just been screened on the BBC profiling those in the running to take the crown.
During the feature about Bronze, who helped England to a historic third-place finish in the World Cup in Canada earlier this year, national team captain Steph Houghton has praised her team-mate.
She said: "The World Cup showed why Lucy is one of the best right-backs in the world. She wants to lead by example and she has a will to win. The World Cup was Lucy Bronze's moment,"
During the World Cup, Bronze scored a screamer against Norway in the last 16, before heading in England's second against Canada in the quarter-final. Reflecting on the stunning goal against Norway, Bronze said: "I've watched it a few times and it doesn't seem right that I scored that."
Tomorrow's awards ceremony will be shown on BBC One from 6.50pm. People can vote for their winner by phone or online during the programme,