A MURAL of Wirral's Jodie Taylor has appeared at Prenton Park as part of a series of artwork commissioned by Twitter.

Created by top female illustrators, the murals have been popping up across the UK to recognise the country's biggest names in women's football.

The eye-catching mural of Birkenhead born Jodie has now appeared on Tranmere Rovers' ground, created by breakthrough artist Toria Jaymes.

33-year-old striker Jodie began her career at Tranmere in 2002 and has gone on to become a shining star in female football, helping to secure England's place in the Women's World Cup semi-finals.

Managing director of Twitter UK Dara Nasr said: “Twitter is the place to follow the FIFA Women’s World Cup this year.

"We’re proud to be driving forward conversation around the women’s game, launching the first ever #WomenInFootball emoji and the hashtag #WhatIf campaign to champion women and girls within the football industry.

"These murals were the perfect way to pay homage to the stars of the game within their hometowns and cities, giving them the legendary status they deserve.”