After top scoring for the Gunners in the FA Women’s Super League Academy League, netting 15 goals, and scoring twice in the League Cup Final win over Manchester United, Paul made a senior appearance from the bench in the FA Women's Continental Tyres League Cup.
Then, at the age of 16, she became a Leicester City player and was a prolific source of goals for the Club in 2019/20, scoring six times in the shortened campaign.
Often the scorer of impressive strikes, Paul is particularly threatening down the flanks, having the pace and intelligence to run past defenders to carve out opportunities for herself or her team-mates.
Netting a range of strikes which exhibited her skill and composure in front of goal, the winger continued where she left off last season with seven goals and four assists in 2020/21.
A brace at London Bees on 7 March, 2021, meanwhile, helped make it nine league wins in a row for the Foxes in the FA Women's Championship, on the way to clinching the second tier title for the first time in the Club's history.
She signed a new deal to remain with the Club for their first-ever top-flight campaign in July 2021, though injury limited her appearances across the majority of the season.