Motherwell Ladies have added another two players to their squad ahead of the forthcoming 2018 campaign.
The first is 22-year-old defender Stephanie Knox, who has joined the club from SWPL1 side Celtic.
The former Scotland youth international came through the ranks at Rangers, before making the switch to city rivals Celtic in 2015, playing the last two seasons with the Hoops.
The second new arrival is striker Sammy Hare.
It will be Sammy’s second spell working with Eddie Wolecki Black, who coached the player over a decade ago at Newburgh.
Another former Scotland youth international, she has spent time with Hibernian and had a spell in the United States. She was most recently with SWPL1 side Stirling University.
“I am obviously delighted to strengthen the squad further,” said Wolecki Black.
“Both players know the pressures faced with playing football at the top level in this country.
“They are both individuals who will add experience, drive and talent to a competitive group of players.”