Snodgrass began his career at home in Scotland with Livingston
At 21, he moved to Yorkshire to join English giants Leeds United
He enjoyed great times at the club, including a Cup win against Manchester United at Old Trafford
He helped Leeds climb from England's third tier and back to the Championship
He endeared himself to the United faithful with important goals, like this Cup one against Arsenal
Before making the switch to join Norwich City in 2012
He mixed it with the big boys like Gareth Bale in the Premier League for the first time
And became a regular for his national side
Snodgrass was a key player who scored key goals at Carrow Road
The winger then joined Hull City in 2014
And helped the Tigers to promotion back to the Premier League
Now, Robert Snodgrass is a West Ham United player!
West Ham United's latest signing Robert Snodgrass joined the Club on Friday, making the next step in his career to east London.
Take a look at his movements - which have taken him from Scotland to Yorkshire and Norfolk to Humberside - since he left Livingston as a 21-year-old in 2008.