When asked whether Moses is an impact player, Noble said: “That's Victor. He's got that in him. He was fantastic, he set up the first one with a great run and set up some vital chances for us. That's what we've got as a squad now, we've got the players to do that. The manager has players at his disposal to turn it around and as soon as they scored the second we really took the game to them.”
Moses is currently on loan at the Boleyn Ground from Premier League rivals Chelsea, having linked up with the Hammers on deadline day of the summer transfer window.
He started the season exceptionally well, scoring on just his second game against Manchester City, and then registering two assists in consecutive games against Sunderland and Crystal Palace.
However, he has somewhat dropped off since then, with an injury suffered in December ruling him out for six games at the turn of the year.
Since recovering to full fitness at the beginning of December, Moses has started just one game, and has not had a real impact in any of the four substitute appearances he has made.
However, he helped revitalise the Hammers at the weekend, as his substitution onto the field of play coincided with the Hammers fighting back from two goals down to draw 2-2.
Moses brings pace and attacking flair to a West Ham not lacking in good offensive players, and if he can replicate his early season form, Slaven Bilic can call upon a great player.
There are no indications that West Ham are yet looking to sign Moses permanently at the end of the season, but it is hard to deny that signing the winger would improve their playing squad for next season.