Veteran Matildas goalkeeper Lydia Williams believes a move to French giants Paris St Germain can secure her silverware ahead of next year’s Women’s World Cup.
Williams, 34, completed her move to PSG on a one-year deal after making 18 appearances in the past two seasons for English club Arsenal.
The shot-stopper recently reached 100 caps for Australia in the 1-1 friendly draw against Portugal, where she was handed the captain’s armband by coach Tony Gustavsson.
Now Williams is looking ahead to a big season in France before the World Cup, which kicks off next July in Australia and New Zealand.
“I just want to help as much as possible,” Williams said in an interview on PSG’s website announcing her arrival.
“I want to be on the same wavelength as my teammates, to play as much as possible and to win titles.
“I think that there’s an incredible squad here who already know each other well and who…