Jill joined Everton from Sunderland in the summer of 2006.
Her debut season for the Blues was sensational, scoring on her first appearance for Everton.
Plenty of goals followed, notably two hat-tricks, one of which was against the Black Cats.
Since her arrival, Scott has given the Everton midfield a new dimension with her quick thinking and relentless running.
In September 2008, Scott was appointed as the coach of the Women's Football Academy at Gateshead College, with former Darlington manager Mick Tait coaching the men’s academy.
The goalscoring midfielder is one of the first names on Andy Spence’s team sheet.
Jill also scored at the World Cup in China.
Scott was crowned FA Players’ Player of the Year for 2007/08, capping a fine season both domestically and internationally.
The Sunderland born midfielder was part of the England squad that reached the quarter finals of the 2011 World Cup in Germany. Scott scored against both New Zealand and France and was named in the tournament's All Star team.
In October 2011 Scott marked a fine year individually by being named the women's international player of the year.
In 2012, Jill was named in an 18-player Great Britain squad to contest the London Olympics.
Scott was named Everton captain for the 2013 Women's Super League season.
2010 FA Women's Cup winner