Former Reading goalkeeper Mary Earps has been included in the England 2023 World Cup squad.

30-year-old Earps spent two years with the Royals from 2016 to 2018, and has been with Manchester United since 2019.

A key member of Sarina Wiegman's successful Lionesses squad at last summer's European Championships, she started every match.

Voted FIFA's best women's goalkeeper of the year for 2022, she also won the WSL Golden Glove.

Hosted in July and August over in Australia and New Zealand, England will be looking to lift their first senior World Cup of either side since 1966.

Reading favourite Fran Kirby, who rose through the ranks with her hometown club before a big-money move to Chelsea in 2015, misses the tournament through injury.

Skipper Leah Williamson also misses out with injury, but Lucy Bronze has recovered in time to be named in the squad.

Euros final match-winner, Chloe Kelly, will hope for a repeat 'Down Under' at this summer's tournaemnt.