West Ham United drew 0-0 with Manchester United at the weekend.
West Ham picked up a credible 0-0 draw at Old Trafford, and their performance in the contest was highly impressive.
The Hammers were well organised throughout, and Noble reserved particular praise for Reid, for helping the side keep a clean sheet.
"I thought the back four were fantastic and Reidy in particular was great," he said.
“Angelo [Ogbonna] coming back into the team and Tonks [James Tomkins] playing at right back at Old Trafford against a tricky player just shows what we have got in the dressing room. It is a great result for us.”
West Ham have proven to be a tough opponent on the road this season, and they have caused a number of upsets already.
Slaven Bilic has made the Hammers a tough team to beat and they have triumphed over Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City on their travels.
The Hammers could have beaten United at the weekend, too, if they were more clinical in front of goal.
West Ham were guilty of missing a few golden opportunities in the match, but the draw has still served them well.
As things stand, Bilic’s men are in seventh place in the Premier League table and there is hope that they could claim a spot in Europe this term.