Mark Noble is set to end his career at West Ham after an option was activated to increase his contract.

The Hammers captain, who made his debut for the club has extended his deal by way of a yearold.

Noble, the current longest-serving player of West Ham, said he’d consider staying on as a coach if he retires.

“I trust that the club keeps moving in the perfect manner, and I can be a part of the,” the midfielder, 3-1, told the club web site.

“To be honest, I have not done my coaching badges. Football is indeed intense that if it gets into the summer, I like to spend it together with your wife and my kids. I’d love to be engaged somewhere.

“I think there’s no better person than me this bar to be aware of the morals and ensure the foundations are kept with all the youthful players and team members”

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