Republic of Ireland international Niamh Fahey has signed a new contract with Liverpool after spending the last two years with the club.
The 32-year-old has played 41 times for the club and was named vice-captain of Liverpool last season.
"I’m just really happy to commit my future to the club," Fahey told Liverpoolfc.com.
"It’s a club I grew up supporting, so I was more than happy to stay and it’s my passion. So I’m just over the moon, delighted.
"It’s an amazing club to play for. I didn’t realise that I would feel the way I do when I pull on the red shirt.
"You know, you support the club but when you play for it, it’s a different feeling altogether.
"You have that badge and every day you are going out representing the club and it just adds an extra special meaning to me.
"As a supporter it’s beyond my wildest dreams to be a Liverpool player, so long may it continue."
Fahey is hoping Liverpool can bounce back from the disappointment of being relegated from the Women's Super League last week.
The Reds will play their football in the Championship next season after the WSL was cut short and decided on a points-per-game ratio due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
"We would have liked the opportunity to fight our way out of that situation but that wasn’t to be, so we just have to accept what is now and to bounce back as quickly as possible and back to where we should be in the WSL.
"It’s taking the next challenge now and hopefully our supporters will back us as players and we are looking to bounce back immediately.
"We are passionate about this club and we want to fight for this club. Vicky, our manager, now has a chance to implement her style and all the players are committed to bouncing back as quickly as possible.
"We still have a strong group of players and we are ready to go for the next challenge now."
Liverpool manager Vicky Jepson says Fahey will be an important player for the club as they look to get back to the top tier next season.
"Niamh Fahey is Liverpool through and through and I’m personally delighted to have Niamh with us as our vice-captain, to help lead the players and be an integral part of our journey.
"She understands what wearing the Liverpool badge means to our fans and wears it with honour. Going through these tough times, a leader like Niamh is invaluable in your squad.
"The experience she brings from playing in the top flight of the women’s game for many years, with her international experience on top of that, stands out in training and on matchday.
"I’m sure all our fans will be delighted to see Niamh stay at our club, just as I am."