Gordon Reid joined the Glasgow set-up on a full-time basis ahead of season 2011/12 after delivering a string of standout performances for Ayr in Premier 1 and impressing as part of the wider Warriors squad during the previous campaign.
Reid signed a contract extension in 2014, which will keep him at Scotstoun until at least May 2017.
He made his debut for Scotland in the first match of the 2014 summer tour against the USA in Houston and went on to play against Canada and Argentina on that tour.
The loosehead, a fierce competitor who came off the bench to make his club debut against Ospreys on 5 March 2011, put pen to paper on a two-year deal and provided such competition to the likes of Ryan Grant, Jon Welsh and Ed Kalman. In 2014 he signed a new three year contract extension.
Reid made his RBS 6 Nations debut in the 2015 Championship against France in Paris before a knee injury against Wales, in the following round, brought an end to his campaign.
A key figure in Glasgow Warriors' PRO12 title success having come through the Ayr set-up, Reid returned to the Scotland fold in all four of the 2015 Summer Test matches, starting in the away win over Italy in Torino.
His performances earned him a place in the 31-man Scotland squad for Rugby World Cup 2015, in which he made three appearances - starting against South Africa, and coming on as a repalcement against Samoa, and then Australia in the quarter-final.