Boye-Hlorkah, known as Chaney around the Club, was immediately drafted into the first-team in 2013 despite being just 17 years old.
It charts a remarkable rise for the forward, who only featured a handful of times for the reserves after graduating through Everton’s Centre of Excellence.
Capable of playing up front, she had an impact playing on the left wing and bagged her first goal for the seniors in a 2-2 draw with Doncaster Rovers Belles.
Capped at Under-19s level with England, injuries have curtailed her development. Successive cruciate knee ligament have seen her action limited over recent seasons but she returned to the squad as an unused sub for the final game of the Spring Series against London Bees.
Boye-Hlorkah will be looking to return to the pitch when the WSL 2 season kicks off in full in September.