Halloway is set to play her fourth W-league season in the Red and Black. 

“I’m very excited to be re-signing with the Wanderers for the upcoming season,” said Halloway. 

“It’s a new look team this year with Dan Barrett as coach. He’s been assembling a Championship winning squad with a nice mix of experience and youth. 

“I am looking forward to meeting the team and getting things started this week," she said.

Last season, Halloway was named one of the club’s co-captains and has been previously awarded the Wanderers W-League Player of the Year and Golden Boot.

After six seasons of the Wanderers being in the W-League, their highest finish has been sixth, which was during their inaugural season.

In the 207/18 season they finished eighth but in season 11 Halloway says they are looking to go all the way.

“We haven’t managed to do it yet, but looking at the calibre of players Dan is attracting and signing, there is zero doubt in my mind that we will lose the underdog tag this year and go all the way,” she said. 

The draw for the W-League is set to be released by the end of the week.