Since making her debut aged just 16, Georgia Stanway has made some impression at City.
The forward made her first appearance for Nick Cushing's side in 2015, and scored twice from the bench in appearances against Everton and Bristol Academy.
A memorable breakthrough season, which saw the Blues finish in the top two and qualify for the Champions League, was topped for the forward with the Club's Rising Star award at the End of Season celebrations.
The youngster has continued to flourish, playing a key role in the 2016 double-winning and 2017 FA Cup-winning campaigns. She is now a first-team regular and one of the first names on Cushing's teamsheet.
In March 2019, Stanway put pen-to-paper on a new deal that ties her to the club until 2022.
Best-known as a scorer of stunning, long-range goals, Stanway is making a name for herself as one of the brightest young talents in the English game.
Despite her talent and recent accolades, the forward is incredibly grounded and often asserts playing for City is a dream come true.
She's also impressed on the international stage, having captained England to World Cup medal success at Under-17 and Under-20 level, and has since earned a promotion to the senior squad.
Should she continue to develop at such a rapid pace, there is no doubt she can achieve great things.