Although she’s only been away for three years, Lotte Wubben-Moy is coming back to a very different Arsenal Women dressing room.
Just four players – Leah Williamson, Jordan Nobbs, Danielle van de Donk and Beth Mead – remain from the last matchday squad she was involved in, a 5-0 WSL Spring Series win over Bristol City.
So which of her new team-mates is she most excited to work with in training?
“Obviously being in the States, you start to adapt to that different culture,” Wubben-Moy told Arsenal Digital. “I think I liken it slightly to the Australian culture, so to be able to play alongside Caitlin Foord is unreal.
“Not often do you get to say that you’re playing alongside a player of that high calibre. That’s definitely something I’m really excited for and the other signings have been unreal too. I’ve definitely got my work cut out for me.”
And in terms of which player she thinks is going to give her the toughest test day in, day out?
“I mean, Miedema,” she said. “Come on! Marking that No 9, nothing will seem tough after that! Being able to actually train against those kinds of players is unreal. That prepares you for everything and is definitely something that this club is at the forefront of. Unreal. Miedema, 100 per cent.”
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