Rock of a midfielder who joined the Royals on loan from Queens Park Rangers in November 2010, before signing permanently the following summer after a hugely successful season at Madejski Stadium.
Boasts a vast catalogue of experience, beginning his career with Wimbledon at the turn of the Millennium before finding himself snapped up by Crystal Palace in January 2004. Helped to secure the Eagles' place in the Premier League, and went on to make 23 appearances in the top flight - bagging his first goal for the club against Tottenham Hotspur.
Went on to wear the colours of Sheffield United before arriving at Loftus Road, where he earned the captain's armband and made well over 100 appearances for the West Londoners.
Immediately won over the hearts of Reading fans after switching to Berkshire with a number of fully committed performances; and bagged two goals in two games against Stevenage and Cardiff City as he hit a hot streak of form in the New Year.
Indeed the midfielder's arrival into Brian McDermott's starting XI led to the Antiguan enjoying a remarkable unbeaten start to his Royals career - as he played his first 18 league games without experiencing defeat.
Continued his successful partnership with Jem Karacan into the 2011/12 campaign, proved to be a rock in the centre of midfield, and even netted a glut of goals towards the end of the season.
And his all-important strike against Nottingham Forest on that unforgettable night wrote his name into Reading folklore forever, as the moment that officially clinched Reading's promotion back to the Premier League.
Made 34 appearances in 2012/13, and chipped in with three goals - all impressive strikes from range.