Mark Noble responds when asked what he'll miss most about West Ham's Boleyn Ground

The Hammers are moving into the Olympic Stadium this summer.

Mark Noble has named the thing he'll miss the most about West Ham United's 112-year-old Boleyn Ground, reports BT Sport, via the Press Association.

The Hammers play their last ever game at the Upton Park stadium against Manchester United on Tuesday, before their move to the Olympic Stadium in Stratford this summer.

A boyhood West Ham supporter who's played for one club his entire career, the famous old venue is all Noble has ever known.

Asked what he would miss the most, Noble told the Press Association: "The 10 seconds before kick-off when the music plays and whole crowd sings Bubbles. It's probably my favourite part of the day.

"Everything else is stressful. Getting people tickets, the phone calls, press officers. I hate it.

"But seriously, that 10 seconds when they switch the music off and everyone sings Bubbles. You feel free in a way and you can just concentrate on football."

To be fair, West Ham supporters will still be able to belt out the popular anthem in Stratford, though despite its retractable seats allowing them closer access, the Olympic Stadium may struggle to match the intimacy of the Hammers' old home.

Saturday's shock defeat to Swansea all but ended Slaven Bilic's team's faint hopes of Champions League qualification, though their next opponents will climb into the top four spots with a win.

And West Ham must beat United and better the Red Devils' final day result against Bournemouth to qualify directly for next season's Europa League group stage.

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