Darren Randolph's time at West Ham has officially come to an end after Middlesbrough completed the signing of Ireland's number one for a fee of £5m on Saturday afternoon.
With the arrival of Joe Hart, it became clear that Randolph would have to leave the club if he wants guaranteed first-team football which he will get as Middlesbrough look to bounce back to the Premier League at the first attempt.
Randolph had a mixed 2016/17 season for the Hammers as he put in some fantastic performances having replaced Adrian as the club's first choice keeper, but suffered a dip in form after Christmas that saw him dropped for the end of the campaign.
Some of the club's fans had turned on him, and a few of the nastier twitter gobshites would go as far as to celebrate the fact that he's gone, but it says it all about his time at West Ham that the club felt compelled to which him goodbye with a special video of some of his best bits.
A fitting tribute, it shows some of his best moments on the pitch as well as off it, the highlights for us being his world class save from Jordan Henderson, and putting Michail Antonio in the 'Walls of Jericho':
Thanks for the memories, @RandzOfficial! Here's some of Darren's best moments in a Hammers shirt.#COYI pic.twitter.com/Ipmy4Zy4HT
— West Ham United (@WestHamUtd) July 22, 2017
Randolph's job as Martin O'Neill's first choice is his for him to lose, as despite a clanger against Uruguay in a friendly back in June he is yet to put a foot wrong, and dropping down a division is unlikely to put O'Neill off a man he clearly has a lot of trust in.
Regardless, it's nice to see that despite taking some stick, there are still many who are thankful for Randolph's time at West Ham.