Anna Moorhouse joined West Ham from Arsenal in the summer of 2018, after spending the 2017 Spring Series and the 2017/18 campaign with the Gunners.
Originally starting her professional career with Everton Ladies, Moorhouse moved to Durham. After spending a season with the Wildcats, the 23-year-old headed to the Keepmoat Stadium to join up with Doncaster Rovers Belles.
Arsenal were impressed by the young goalkeeper and she transferred to the Gunners ahead of the Spring Series. Moorhouse spent just over year with Arsenal before linking up with her new teammates in east London.
Moorhouse began her tenure at West Ham as second choice to Becky Spencer in goal, but her work ethic and ability saw her take the starting position midway through the 2018/19 campaign. The shot-stopper ended the season with 16 appearances in all competitions.