The goalkeeper signed a new four-year deal at West Ham last week.
Darren Randolph celebrates after Victor Moses (not pictured) scores the first goal for West Ham
The Republic of Ireland goalkeeper arrived at the club last summer as they sought out sufficient cover for number one Adrian.
He proved to be just that, making 12 appearances in all competitions and providing competition to the Spaniard.
West Ham's Darren Randolph
He enjoyed a strong summer too as he starred for the Republic of Ireland as they made it to the latter stages of Euro 2016.
The Hammers were clearly impressed as they opted to hand him a new and improved four-year contract at the club last week.
West Ham's Darren Randolph reacts after Ki Sung Yueng scores the third goal for Swansea City
And Noble has taken to Twitter to congratulate him, saying it is great business from the club.
Randolph will now be keen to build on a positive first season with the Hammers and try to get more game time under his belt in the upcoming campaign.
He is likely to get it if the Hammers qualify for the Europa League group stages, with that competition and the added fixtures means squad rotation is needed.
Randolph will be hoping that is the case as he seeks to try and supplant Adrian as the club’s number one.
West Ham's Adrian celebrates their first goal