West Ham United appear to have put their bad start to the season behind them and have managed to get a number of positive results on the board.
The Hammers have taken seven points from their last three matches in the Premier League coming from victories against Manchester United and Everton, with a draw earned against Chelsea.
Manuel Pellegrini has made a number of changes to the team that he inherited in the summer, however, one man has been at the Irons for a number of years and would like to end his career at the London Stadium outfit.
Writing in his London Evening Standard column, Mark Noble has revealed that his dream is to end his career at West Ham, admitting that he wants to sign the option to extend his contract by a further year.
The midfielder has one year currently left before the option can come in, and also stated that he would like to remain involved with the club once his playing days are over.
Noble has been a life-long servant to West Ham and has also been known as Mr West Ham during his time at the club.
The 31-year-old still continues to play an important role for the Hammers and has featured in five of their Premier League matches this season.
Fans have been critical of his performances in the past, however, they would love to see him finish his playing days at the London Stadium.
West Ham fans – thoughts?
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