Noble, who has been at West Ham his entire professional club football career so far, has been impressed with how Anderson trains and with his general attitude.
The 25-year-old attacking midfielder moved to the Hammers from Lazio for an initial transfer fee reported by The Guardian to be worth £33.5 million.
Looking back on West Ham’s defeat to Liverpool in the Premier League last weekend, 31-year-old Noble wrote in The London Evening Standard: “Felipe Anderson, for example, would not have experienced that before, especially not in Italy.
“I’ve seen him in training though and he has all the attributes. He’s not one of those characters who will sulk or get too ‘down’ about things.
“He’s still smiling, whether he’s out on the training pitch or back in the gym – and that’s the attitude you need.”
Anderson is a very good player who will be an asset for West Ham this season and in years to come.
The 25-year-old is very creative and is very good on the ball, and the London Stadium faithful should be excited to watch him play.
The former Santos star scored four goals and provided seven assists in 1152 minutes of Serie A football for Lazio last season, according to WhoScored.
Among the other players West Ham have signed in the summer transfer window are midfielder Jack Wilshere and forward Lucas Perez.