Forward leaves the London club Upton Park by mutual consent.
West Ham striker Ricardo Vaz Te will leave the West London club and is free to explore his options after his contract was terminated by mutual consent.
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The Portuguese attacker has made just five appearances this season and has found first team action hard to come by, particular since the Hammers were promoted back to the Premier League in 2012.
Vaz Te will be fondly remembered for being crucial to their promotion bid that year, scoring a crucial late winner in the Championship play-off win over Blackpool at Wembley stadium.
The 28 year old joined the Hammers in January of 2012 and scored 12 goals as the side returned to the top flight. However, Te managed just five goals in the next two and half seasons.
“It has been a pleasure to be at a Club like West Ham. It was a fantastic opportunity and I am so grateful for having played here. Everything I achieved here and all my game time and my life off the pitch has been amazing.
“I will never forget that day at Wembley – it was so special for me and for all of the fans involved. That is the kind of moment you don’t intend to forget. I’m very fortunate to have had that moment and I’m pleased I could do that for the fans, for the Club and for my team-mates,” Vaz Te told the official West Ham website.
“Everyone at West Ham United would like to thank Ricardo for his efforts while at the Club and wish him well for his future career,” said the club.