Republic of Ireland striker Amber Barrett says she's "delighted" to sign a new one-year contract with Cologne.
The Donegal-native helped them to win the German women's second division title this season.Barrett has scored 12 goals in 30 games since making the move from Peamount in 2019.
“I am delighted to have signed a new deal," Barrett told the club's official website. "I have really enjoyed my time here over the past two seasons and was proud to help the club get promoted back to the Bundesliga.
"I have developed a lot as a player and person since I arrived, and I want to keep working hard and scoring goals. My aim and the aim of everyone here is to establish ourselves in the top-flight.”
Cologne's women's sporting director Nicole Bender says the 25-year-old has "integrated herself brilliantly into the team" both on and off the pitch.
he is willing to learn, has gone through a German course and made a leap forward in a tactical and footballing sense. She is a quick striker with an eye for goal, she also works well with Mandy Islacker up front.
"We are very pleased that she sees her future at FC and look forward to her goals in the Bundesliga next season.”