Nicoline Sørensen joined Everton in July and has been speaking to FIFA.com about her decision.
As per BBC, the Danish international signed a two-year deal on Merseyside, on the back of a season where she was the top scorer and player of the year in the Danish top flight.
She said the circumstances were perfect to play for Everton, and join the WSL.
On top of that, she gave her thoughts on the FA Cup final loss to Manchester City earlier this month.
“Everything came together with Everton – the club, the staff, the ambitions – to make me feel that this was the right club,” said Sorensen.
“If you were to ask any women’s footballer in the world right now what league they’d want to play in, it would be the WSL.
“It’s just so exciting and, because of the standard of player, it’s the perfect place if you want to challenge yourself and improve.
“I’m so happy to be here, part of a club that has ambitions to be fighting at the top of the league, challenging for trophies and Champions League spots.”
“The result at Wembley didn’t end up going the way we wanted but that whole experience, everything around the match, was just unbelievable.”
For Sorensen and Everton, the challenge is to break ahead of Arsenal, Chelsea and the Manchester clubs.
Everton currently sit fourth, a place ahead of their Cup final conquerors, after a hugely impressive start to the season.
They’re just three points off the top, after seven games and Sorensen will be hoping that continues.
Nigel Martyn speaking to Everton News: Archive