Ali Miller, a dynamic striker who joined Wolves in August 2020, excels not only in goalscoring but also in hold-up play and speed.
She not only competed for England on the trampoline but was also the country's 2013 national champion after winning the National Girls title in 2010.
The 24-year-old Reading-born footballer's career took a back seat until she went to university, but she quickly made up for lost time, captaining the University of York women's first team and also playing for National League Division 1 North club Durham Cestria. Ali grew up admiring Liverpool and was inspired by Steven Gerrard.
Miller, who is now pursuing a PHD in chemistry at Birmingham University, was spotted by Wolves manager Dan McNamara last season while playing for the Uni team alongside a few Wolves players. She now fits perfectly into the Wolves team and plays brilliantly alongside Jade Cross.