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Under fire West Ham star makes honest admission about his performances

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West Ham captain Mark Noble has claimed that this season has been the toughest of his club career.

The 29-year-old has come under criticism this season as the Hammers have failed to build upon the impressive displays that they delivered last season during which they finished seventh.

Noble was a big part of the team’s successes last season which led to calls for him to be included in England’s Euro 2016 squad. However he has had contrasting fortunate this season.

He said, “This has been the toughest yet because last season went by in a sort of a haze, a dream.

“This season we’ve had the move to the new stadium and a new training ground, we’ve had the Dimitri Payet situation and we lost Andy Carroll, Aaron Creswell and Manuel Lanzini [to injury] in pre-season.”

Since making his professional debut with the East London club in 2004, Noble has experienced many things including relegation, so he will back himself up to regain form.

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  1. I think Noble is kidding himself . Once your legs have gone they don’t come back . It is not a case of bad form but of a 100% player whose body and brain are now working at 50%. He should accept this and not “block ” a shirt for someone more able to assist the team . He certainly should be man enough to tell Bilic not to accommodate him by playing one of his team mates out of position nullifying their effectiveness . I read that Noble has been visiting schools and acting as an ambassador for the club . Give him the role full time and let other more able players take their place in the team. Fernandez is one for the future and must be given the chance tonight in midfield with Kouyate . NOBLE MUST NOT PLAY > COYI

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