The middle-order batter and off-spinner has become a regular in the England Women set-up.
She enjoyed a promising start to her career with Staffordshire, whom she made her County Championship debut for aged 14 in 2005.
Wyatt has represented her county regularly since, as well as occasional appearances for the Emeralds in the Super 4s Twenty20 competition.
She has also been involved with the England academy and evidence of her progress came when she was called up to the senior squad for the tour of India in early 2010.
Wyatt played in both limited-overs formats on that trip and did enough to earn a place in the party for the World Twenty20 in the Caribbean, taking 4-11 as England defeated South Africa in the group stage.
Wyatt made some useful contributions with bat and ball, and toured Australia that winter although she did not feature in the Ashes Test.
She continued to play in limited-overs internationals in 2011 and 2012, and during the latter helped England finish runners-up at the World T20 in Sri Lanka. In early 2013 she aided a third-placed finish at the World Cup in India.
She was left out of the Test and ODI sides during the 2013 Ashes series but featured in the T20 games, with England winning all three clashes.
Wyatt travelled to the West Indies where England lost in the final of the T20 tri-series and played in three games in Australia as England retained the Ashes.
After missing out on the 2014 World T20, Wyatt returned to face South Africa after back-to-back half-centuries for the academy that summer.
Wyatt will join fellow England team mates Kate Cross and Sarah Taylor for Lancashire Thunder in the Kia Super League this summer.