England defender Alex Greenwood has signed a contract extension at Manchester City until 2026.
Greenwood, who came on as a substitute in the final when the Lionesses beat Germany to win Euro 2022 in July, joined City from Lyon in 2020.
“Feeling settled at a club for me is so important and I absolutely have that here at City, I love being here,” said the 29-year-old.
“It’s an exciting time to be at City, now and for the future.”
Greenwood, who also played for Liverpool, Notts County and Everton, led Manchester United to the Women’s Championship in 2019, before joining Lyon, where she won the Champions League.
During her two and a half seasons with Manchester City, she won the Women’s FA Cup and the Continental Tires League Cup.
Head coach Gareth Taylor said: “We are delighted to have Alex sign a new contract here at the club.
“She is an incredibly important member of the team, and her experience has proven invaluable not only to herself, but also to those around her in the squad over the past few seasons.”
Manchester City sit fourth in the WSL and travel to West Ham on January 15 when the season resumes.