And the 21-year-old now looks set to make her debut against her former club when they visit the Butts Park Arena to play Coventry United in their Championship opener on Sunday.
"I am so excited to have joined Coventry United and can't wait for the weekend opener against Bristol City," Jhamat said.
Jhamat hails from Walsall and was spotted playing for local club Sporting Khalsa at junior level, before being snapped up by Aston Villa's Girls' Centre of Excellence where she spent seven seasons before joining Liverpool in 2017.
She spent a year at Leicester City, followed by a spell at Coventry United, before moving South to Lewes ahead of joining Bristol City for the 2021/22 season.
Jhamat has earned international recognition across different England youth age groups and became the first Punjabi girl to score at competitive level for England's U17s when she netted in a 6-0 Euro qualifying win against Slovakia.