With Coventry United boss Jay Bradford continuing to put down foundations for next season, it has today been confirmed that Warner has signed a new deal with the club. Coventry United released the news via a post on their official club Twitter account.
Warner brought plenty of second tier playing experience with her to the Butts Park Arena. She spent three years as a senior player at former club Aston Villa, representing the club on 20 occasions in league competition.
In her first season as a Coventry United player, Warner made 13 appearances for the club in the FA Women’s Championship. Eight of those appearances came as starts. Warner also played every minute for the club in the FA Women’s Continental League Cup.
Warner joins Coventry United teammates Anna Wilcox, Katy Morris and Jodie Whiteman in signing on again for next season. The club have also completed the marquee signing of former Sheffield United goal machine Katie Wilkinson on a free transfer.
Warner said, “I’m Delighted to sign a professional contract with Coventry, it’s a club that has big ambitions and I cannot wait to get started!”