Cyrille Regis, who has died aged 59, is best remembered for his time as a striker with West Brom.

Regis also won the FA Cup with Coventry and played for Aston Villa, Wolves, Wycombe and Chester in a 19-year career which saw him score 158 goals in 614 league appearances, also winning five caps for England.

Here Press Association Sport takes a look at his career in pictures.

West Brom

Regis joined West Brom in 1977 and went on to score 81 goals in 241 league gamesRegis joined West Brom in 1977 and went on to score 81 goals in 241 league games (PA)
He formed a potent attacking partnership with Laurie Cunningham at West Brom and together with Brendon Batson they were knicknamed the Three Degrees after the female vocal trio of the same nameHe formed a potent attacking partnership with Laurie Cunningham at West Brom and together with Brendon Batson they were nicknamed the Three Degrees after the female vocal trio of the same name (PA)
The closest Regis came to honours with West Brom was as a beaten FA Cup semi-finalist in 1978 and 1982 and reaching the same stage of the League Cup in 1982The closest Regis came to honours with West Brom was as a beaten FA Cup semi-finalist in 1978 and 1982 and reaching the same stage of the League Cup in 1982 (Peter Robinson/EMPICS)

Coventry City

In 1984 Regis moved to Coventry where he showed he had lost none of his lightning paceIn 1984 Regis moved to Coventry where he showed he had lost none of his lightning pace (Neal Simpson/EMPICS)
Regis, pictured contesting a header with Tottenham's Gary Mabbutt, played in the 1987 FA Cup final at Wembley which saw Coventry win 3-2 after extra timeRegis, pictured contesting a header with Tottenham’s Gary Mabbutt, played in the 1987 FA Cup final at Wembley which saw Coventry win 3-2 after extra time (Peter Robinson/EMPICS)
Regis, back left, celebrated the famous win with his team-mates on the hallowed Wembley turf Regis, back left, celebrated the famous win with his team-mates on the hallowed Wembley turf (Peter Robinson/EMPICS)

Aston Villa

A half century of games for Aston Villa saw Regis bridge the old First Division and the dawning of the Premier League era (David Jones/PA)

Wolves

Wolves became his fourth West Midlands club in 1993 Wolves became his fourth West Midlands club in 1993 (Tony Marshall/EMPICS)

Wycombe

Chester

A short stay at Chester in the mid-1990s saw Regis score seven goals in 29 gamesA short stay at Chester in the mid-1990s saw Regis score seven goals in 29 league games (Neal Simpson/EMPICS)

England

In a short England career between 1982 and 1987 Regis won five capsIn a short England career between 1982 and 1987 Regis won five caps (Peter Robinson/EMPICS)

Life after football

After ending his playing career in 1996 Regis campaigned against racism in the game and worked as a player agent. He was awarded the MBE in 2008 After ending his playing career in 1996 Regis campaigned against racism in the game and worked as a player agent. He was awarded the MBE in 2008 (Carl Court/PA)