City on Flint:
Youngster Natasha Flint signed her first senior contract with City in March 2014 at the age of 17.
The Manchester-born attacking midfielder had been training with the Blues' first-team since the start of pre-season and impressed Nick Cushing enough to be offered a two-year deal.
In the build-up to the Blues' first season in the FA Women's Super League, Flint featured in all four of the senior side's pre-season games and accompanied the team on their trip to La Manga - an experience she describes as one of her best yet.
Flint joined City in 2013 from Manchester United's Centre of Excellence and has excelled in a short space of time.
With no shortage of talent, she has represented England at under-19 level and features frequently for Mo Marley's side. She has been picked for the upcoming European Championship qualifiers.
Admired for her strength and technique, Flint will be hoping to secure as much game time as possible in the new season, whilst continuing to develop her skill and learn from the more experienced players in the side.
Around her football, she is also currently studying a coaching course at college.