SAINTS Women’s defender Caitlin Morris insisted her late winner to sink Portsmouth in the FA Cup last month was something “you would always dream about”.

The Wales international etched her name in Saints’ folklore at Westleigh Park last month.

Having trailed 1-0 to Cherelle Khassal’s 31st-minute opener, Marieanne Spacey-Cale’s side levelled the tie against Portsmouth in the 65th minute when Lucia Kendall headed home.

And with the contest going into extra-time, Morris grabbed a precious winner for the visitors.

A corner to the far post was turned in by the defender to put Saints 2-1 up and set up a fourth-round home clash with Bristol City later this month.

Reflecting on her cup heroics in the latest episode of a documentary from the club, titled Uncharted, Morris said: “I think a lot of credit has to go to Leeta (Rutherford). She did really well to get the flick on.

“It doesn’t really get much better than that.

“That’s something that, as a Saints fan, you would always dream about, scoring in a derby against Portsmouth.

“Especially a fairly last-minute one as well, so just buzzing all round really.”

Morris is a product of the Hampshire FA Girls’ centre of excellence and was first spotted while playing for Fawley Falcons as a youngster.

Her role model growing up supporting the St Mary’s side was Jose Fonte.

Morris’s sister Ella is also part of Spacey-Cale’s side and was on the pitch when her sibling netted against Pompey.

She added: “It’s not often she (Caitlin) gets anywhere near the ball on set-plays!

“Not often she will get that little touch but I’m very, very proud of her for getting on that and buzzing for her to get it.”

Saints Women are back in action at Bridgwater United in National League Southern Premier on Sunday, January 9.