The vice-captain has signed a new deal until 2020.
The midfielder, who has been one of the most consistent Premier League performers in recent memory, signed on the dotted line of an extension today. The deal lasts until 2020, when Noble will be 32-years-old.
The midfield controller has had spells on loan at Hull City and Ipswich Town during his career but for all intents and purposes he is a one-club man, a happy Hammer and one of their own.
So the news was welcomed with open arms by West Ham fans, and their co-chairman.
David Gold posted this Tweet earlier today celebrating the news. He also included a picture of him presenting Noble with a commemorative shirt for his record 205th Premier League appearance for the club back in November 2014.
I am absolutely delighted to announce that two time Hammer of the year Mark Noble has signed a new contract. dg pic.twitter.com/Qz76pv1GHs— David Gold (@davidgold) February 26, 2015
Noble has been with West Ham since he was 13-years-old and has played over 300 games for the club in all competitions, scoring 34 goals. He has also been named the club's Player of the Year twice.
West Ham fans will now hope he can push into the England set-up. The 27-year-old has 20 under-21 caps but has never played for his country at senior level despite his consistent form for the club.