The defender has been a key part of several promotion winning teams and hopes of brings the experience and know-how of getting the team over the line when pushing for the league title.
“I feel like I’m a bit of a promotion master. I’ve been promoted to different leagues three or four times in my senior career. I definitely feel like it’s something I can bring to the team,” she added. “I’m used to be under such intense pressure towards the end of the season where you have to hold your nerve.”
“It’s difficult, especially when last year I was promoted with Spurs, that last five or six games are the hardest. You feel week by week the pressure just building and the difference between the team that gets promoted and doesn’t it the one that holds their nerve the best.”
Head Coach, Clinton Lancaster, is pleased with the latest addition to the squad and has been impressed by the attitude shown by the new signing over the last few weeks.
“Renée has come down and been working really hard,” he said. “Her hard work and dedication has been fantastic. She’s the kind of person and character we want at Watford, we want to continue to work with her and get her back match fit and see her in a Watford shirt before the end of the season.”
“She’s going to be a fantastic addition for the club and we are looking forward to working with her as a Watford player.”