When you think of the women's Hockey World Cup in 2010, one name springs to mind –  Luciana Aymar. Known as the magician or the Maradona of hockey, in her home country Argentina, Luciana is considered by many to be the greatest female hockey player of her generation.

Luciana is the only player in history to be awarded Player of the Year eight times, and among the medals and trophies she has won are two World Cup golds (2002, 2010), five Champions Trophy gold medals and two silver and two bronze medals from the Olympic Games. 

Currently, Luciana has more than 350 international caps and in excess of 150 goals for her country. At 36, she knows that her glittering career is reaching the end, so what further motivation does this player need to ensure that she leaves The Hague with golden memories.