Jordan Nobbs has signed a new contract with Arsenal Ladies.

The midfielder, who has been a Gunner since 2010, has shown she’s happy to stay in north London after putting pen to paper on Tuesday.

The 23-year-old is a huge part of the team and the whole club are bound to be delighted with her decision, which is mostly down to Pedro Losa’s philosophy.

“As a player you have to like the manager and his philosophy, and that’s the main reason I signed,” she told Arsenal Player.

“The way I play, it fits into Pedro’s system and I really focus on what he says and what he does. As a player you want to believe in your manager and that’s one thing I definitely do.

“It was a big move and I had a lot of decisions to make when I first came to Arsenal. I had a lot of players I had to compete with [for places] and that made me a better player.

“Since I’ve been at Arsenal I’ve improved every year and it’s where I want to be. When you’re happy and playing football you’re going to play better. I don’t think I’d be such a major part of the England squad if Arsenal hadn’t have pushed me through that as well.

“You also need players pushing each other, like myself as well. I want to be pushed as a player as well to help me improve, so the more we have that in the team in training and in games, the more we will progress as a team and be better as a team.”

ROTHERHAM, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 01: Jordan Nobbs of Arsenal Ladies FC controls the ball during the WSL Continental Cup Final between Arsenal Ladies FC and Notts County Ladies FC at The New York Stadium on November 1, 2015 in Rotherham, England. (Photo by Daniel Smith/Getty Images)

Nobbs has scored 21 goals in 53 appearances for Arsenal, as well as become Vice-Captain of the England team, so getting her to pledge her future to us is massive. And at such a young age, she’s a big investment for the future and a statement of intent for our current Ladies squad.

If you don’t believe me, just watch this absolute worldie that she scored during her England debut against Italy.