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Doncaster Rovers Belles striker Carla Humphrey is loving life in the north and believes the club can achieve its aims for the 2016 season.
The 19-year-old joined on loan from Arsenal in the off season and is already enjoying her time in Doncaster. She said: "I'm settling in really well. I couldn't have wished for it to have gone any better.
"The girls have all been welcoming and after moving in with a couple of the girls, they've become like big sisters to me. I'm loving it here already.
"I think the people [of Doncaster] in general have been really welcoming. I've explored the town a little bit and I like it.
"The team we have here are full of different personalities and I get on with every one of them. Everyone clicks as a team and I already feel a part of it."
Humphrey is also pleased with her new surroundings on the pitch too, and insists the team are raring to go ahead of the big kick off later this month. "We're all really positive about going into the season. In the games that we've played, we've produced some really good football and we're looking good," said the England Under-20 ace.
"Without giving too much away, I feel we can achieve our aims this season."
Humphrey could make her Belles bow in the SSE Women's FA Cup Fifth Round game against Chelsea on 20th March before the reigning FA WSL 1 Champions come to town again four days later in a top flight opener.
"Easing us in, isn't it!" the playmaker joked. "But obviously, you've got to beat the best to win things so there's no reason why we can't go on to do well this season."
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