Campbell missed the end of the 2019/20 WSL season after undergoing right leg tendon surgery.
The 26-year-old was limited to 42 appearances in his time in the city due to injury, including a torn ACL, which resulted in a 15-month break on the sidelines.
I am very happy to have signed a new contract, mainly because I know that I am currently injured.
When you are injured, it is always difficult to reach the end of your contract and injure an injury or need, but I am happy that City have provided full support and support to get me back in shape.
The club's trust is a nice touch and I hope to get back in shape and play again,Campbell told City's media team.
Campbell is working on her recovery from home and believes that no one, including herself, has seen the best in her as a soccer player.
I don't think anyone has ever seen the best of me - I don't think I've seen her as a footballer.
At the end of 2017, there was a flash in the spring series and in the FA Cup final that I had to show what it was all about.
"Then we have just paid attention.
I am making good progress. I keep in touch with strength and fitness trainers and with Physio on Teams, Zoom and FaceTime - there are many sales outlets that I can contact.
I keep track of where I need to be and I will see a surgeon soon, so I hope to see what he thinks about my progress.
Gareth Taylor took over as Man City's head coach for three years in May after previously coaching countries under 18 and under 16, and Campbell hopes to work with the former Wales International.
Everyone is very happy and enjoying the new season and seeing what Gareth Taylor is for.
I want to be here, to be coached by him.She is active and passionate at the club and will bring something different to the team in terms of style of play and the way we do things, and I am interested. Campbell explained.
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And there was a full investigation of the warring teams in the tournament without a famous central midfielder.
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