Scotland midfielder, Kim Little has been adjudged BBC Women’s Footballer of the Year 2016. The Seattle Reign player who scored 46 goals for her country in 115 appearances piped out Gaelle Enganamouit  of FC Rosengard, Olympique Lyonnai’s Amandine Henry, Carli Lloyd of Houston Dash and Becky Sauerbrunn of FC Kansas City to win the keenly-contested prize.
 “I’m surprised to win, I’m extremely humbled to win,” The 25 year-old said. 

Recall that Nigeria’s Asisat Oshoala won the award last year.