Charlton have unveiled the acquisition of Shelbourne midfielder Chloe Mustaki on Wednesday evening.
Mustaki joins the Addicks from Women’s National League (WNL) runners-up Shelbourne – who finished just two points behind eventual league winners Peamount United.
The 24-year-old also reached the semi-final of the FAI Cup with the Reds, where they were also defeated by the Peas in the last four.
However, the UCD graduate did in fact win the WNL Cup with Dave Bell’s side this term, defeating Wexford Youths in the decider at Ferrycarrig Park.
Mustaki started her early playing career at Park Celtic before moving to St Joseph's as a teenager.
The midfielder then made the move to Peamount United winning the inaugural WNL in 2011.
With a scholarship beginning at UCD, Mustaki soon made the move to UCD Waves (now DLR Waves) where she reached the FAI Cup Final.
She then moved to Bordeaux where she took up an Erasmus and played for French side Bordeaux for the 2016/17 season before returning to UCD.
Chloe has represented her country at both under-17 and 19 levels – captaining the under-19s to the European Championships quarter-finals in 2014.