West Ham’s experienced midfielder thinks that he should retire in the near future.
, who has spent his entire career at
, says that he doesn’t have much time left on the field.
“I am 34 in May, I have not got too long left but I am going to enjoy every minute of it,”
Noble told West Ham TV after captaining the Hammers in their 1-0 FA Cup defeat to Manchester United on Tuesday.
“To play out there at Old Trafford for maybe the last time, because whether I will play next year we do not know, and playing at the Theatre of Dreams …
“I am just gutted for all the West Ham fans and the boys are gutted because it was a good game of football, end to end, we gave everything and walked off with nothing left.
“You might think I’d be sick of the sight of Old Trafford after all these years, but it is quite the opposite really. You look around and what a place to play. It is sad because I’m not going to get to play there too many times again, so it is a real shame.
“Being able to captain these players in this time has been fantastic.
“Now we need to concentrate on getting into the European places. That is our main aim now, to keep winning and getting into good positions and to push this club on to be the best it can be.”