Pompey Women are delighted to announce the return of club icon Molly Clark.
Currently 11th on the Blues’ all-time appearance list, the midfielder had been without a club since leaving Chichester at the end of last season.
She brings a host of experience to Jay Sadler’s side, having played in the WSL Spring Series with Yeovil back in 2015.
Clark has also represented Bristol City in the top-flight and helped the club reach the Women’s FA Cup final.
The 28-year-old – who has featured 111 times for Pompey, is thrilled to be representing her hometown side once more.
She said: “I'm excited to have rejoined Portsmouth. It still feels like home and I can’t wait to get going.”
"I'm excited to have rejoined Portsmouth. It still feels like home and I can’t wait to get going."
It is her fourth stint with the club and Sadler is very much looking forward to reuniting with Clark once more.
The Blues boss said: “Molly is an individual I have a lot of admiration for. Her qualities are much greater than those seen on the football pitch and I have no doubt she will be a success here again.”
Clark will help Pompey fill the gap left by the departure of fellow midfielder Roxy Lee-Stewart earlier this week.
Sadler added: “It left us light in the centre. We have two extremely talented individuals in Jade (Bradley) and Dan (Rowe) in this position.
“But Molly’s arrival will give us that added competition and depth required to compete on all fronts.”
Clark will join up with the squad this weekend, as Pompey travel to the Welsh capital for a league clash with Cardiff (2pm kick-off).