Reid scored an equalising goal in stoppage time against Slovakia in New Zealand's opening game of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, yielding his first ever international goal and the Kiwis' first-ever point in a World Cup finals match
Reid signed for West Ham United on 5 August 2010 from FC Midtjylland, making 12 appearances in a challenging first season
He impressed in the EFL Championship in 2011/12, however - helped with a goal against Millwall in a 2-1 win in February 2012!
Reid played all three matches in the Championship Play–offs that season as the Irons secured promotion back to the Premier League
Reid furthered his reputation for scoring big goals in a 3-0 win at Tottenham Hotspur on 6 October 2013
The New Zealand centre-back forged strong partnerships with a succession of partners including James Collins as he helped the Hammers re-establish themselves in the top-flight
Reid's most notable goal was the final one at Boleyn Ground: a late winner in the 3-2 win over Manchester United on 10 May 2016
"Winston Reid is the man!"
Reid's longevity with the Irons and uncompromising defensive style saw him become a fans' favourite, popular among West Ham players, staff and supporters alike
He also sported the captain's armband on numerous occasions, including at London Stadium upon his return to the side on 11 September 2017
Everyone at West Ham United would like to express their gratitude for the commitment, dedication and loyalty which Reid has shown the Club since 2010, and wish him and his family all the very best for the future
Winston Reid has thanked West Ham United and its supporters, after the long-serving defender today brought to an end his 11-year career with the Hammers.
The Club can confirm it has reached an agreement with Reid for the New Zealand international to depart and allow him to pursue first-team football elsewhere.
The 33-year-old has been a loyal and dependable servant ever since signing in the summer of 2010, and has 222 first-team appearances at West Ham United – and, most memorably, the historic final goal at Boleyn Ground in the 3-2 win over Manchester United in May 2016 – to his name.
Take a look at some of his best moments in Claret and Blue above.