Noble hopes that Lingard stays at West Ham after his loan deal.
has been enjoying his loan spell atWest Ham
despite his poor form in Manchester United, but he might be considering a move back to Manchester United, and West Ham captain
has talked about the matter, saying that the 28-year-old playmaker should stay at the club to follow his ambitions.
Hammers captain Noble told theDaily Mail
"He’s been phenomenal.
"When you’re playing well, it’s like autopilot. When your confidence is gone, that’s a bad place to be as a footballer. But he looks so comfortable in a West Ham shirt.
"It’s a tough one. You know what it’s like — money is important but when you’re playing well and enjoying your football, nothing else matters.
"We’d love to have him back. We’ve got four games to go, and we need four more big ones from him."
The England international has scored nine goals in his 12 appearances for the club and assisted three to prove himself as a key part of the hammers’ squad.
Without a buying option in Lingard’s contract, it will be hard for the Hammers to keep the player, but they will probably try to keep the player after his impressive performance in his loan spell.
The most important thing that Lingard achieved in West Ham was the regular game time that helped him regain his confidence.