The Hammers are one place and one point off the bottom three after a torrid season so far.
An unlikely point at Anfield against title hopefuls Liverpool restored some pride after consecutive 4-1 and 5-1 thrashings against Manchester United and Arsenal respectively.
West Ham United's Mark Noble looks dejected
The homegrown Hammer gave a refreshingly honest account of the goings on at London Stadium and insisted the players were all behind the manager.
The interview went down well with Hammers fans and Noble's fellow professionals too.
Stoke City's Charlie Adam took to Twitter to praise his rival midfielder.
"Great to hear someone so passionate about his club on @talkSPORT," Adam said.
"Well said Mark Noble."
Great too hear someone so passionate about his club On @talkSPORT. Well said Mark noble— Charlie Adam (@Charlie26Adam) December 12, 2016
Adam knows exactly what Noble has been going through given Stoke's early season troubles.
It was actually the Scottish star's return to the first team which coincided with a change in fortunes for the Potters.
And after his well received interview, Noble will be hoping it sparks a similar turnaround for West Ham's season.