Over two long spells with Plymouth Argyle and 347 appearances, McCormick established himself as one of the best Argyle goalkeepers of all time.
A product of the Home Park academy, he was given his first team debut in 2001 and spent the next seven years vying with Romain Larrieu for the number one jersey, as the Pilgrims enjoyed an unprecedented period of two brilliant goalkeepers in the same squad.
McCormick`s first spell at Argyle came to an end in 2008.
Following four years out of the game, he returned to football with Truro in 2012, from where he moved back into League football with Oxford United in January 2013.
His football journey took him back to Home Park in 2013 and was number one for the next four campaigns.
He was named captain of the club and a major figure in the club`s re-build from the depths of League Two.
After 347 appearances as a Pilgrim, he moved to Swindon Town in July 2018 and played 29 times before returning to Home Park for a third time in the summer of 2020.
The now 38-year-old was given a new contract in the summer as a back-up keeper.