Before leaving Arsenal for Reading, Carter played more than 100 times for the club before joining Brighton in 2021.
She competed for England internationally from the U-17s to the U-23s, and then she earned four senior caps.
“I had chats with Nicola [Williams] and Carolina [Morace], and the idea they set out for the club was really exciting,” Carter said to londoncitylionesses.com.
This season, promotion is without a doubt the key goal; it is the goal that we are all working towards together. We must swiftly put points on the board so that we may build from there. It’s a promising possibility.
“Danielle’s talent and experience will be vital for the club,” said head coach Carolina Morace.
“She has experience playing at the highest level, which she can impart to the group. She can serve as a role model, as we have already seen how much her presence has affected the other participants. She is really modest, which I really appreciate since it shows that she is still eager to grow.
“I want the forwards to interact and rotate; I don’t want static [attacking] positions. She excels at one-on-one play and dribbling, which is exactly what we require.