Danielle Bowman arrived at Albion in the summer of 2017 after leaving Notts County.
The 32-year-old has vast amounts of experience, having begun her career with Arsenal.
She moved to London rivals Chelsea in 2007 and scored a brace on her Blues debut, going on to spend seven years playing for the WSL1 club.
Bowman made a big impact in her first season at Albion, winning the club's women's player of the year in 2017/18 as well as captaining the team.
She has gone on to make more than 40 WSL appearances for the club as a central midfielder or defender, although her 2020/21 season was curtailed by a foot injury which required surgery.
Bowman: WSL has changed the landscape of women's football
Midfielder looks back on her time in the WSL as it celebrates its 10th anniversary.
Bowman: Rainbow Laces is a great campaign
The 32-year-old was speaking on My Albion Audio's most recent podcast.
No excuses for under-par display, says Bowman
Albion skipper reflects on 2-0 defeat to Aston Villa on Sunday.
Bowman confident of climbing the table
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Bowman: We threw the game away
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