WWE legend Triple H agrees with Mark Noble about West Ham's Burnley win

West Ham United ended a seven game winless run against Burnley which pleased one of their most famous fans, WWE legend Triple H.

Last year 14-time world champion Triple H - real name Paul Levesque - told the Daily Mail he was a Hammers fan, praising the club's supporters for their passion.

He even backed big striker Andy Carroll for a career in the ring.

And the biggest name in wrestling has proved he really is into the Hammers as he discussed the importance of the 1-0 win over Burnley while in London to promote a WWE event coming to the O2 next May.

WWE legend Triple H

The win was not pretty but much needed and afterwards skipper Mark Noble said results and not performances are all that matters at the moment given West Ham's predicament, a sentiment Triple H agrees with.

"They had a win last night (against Burnley)," Triple H told London Tonight.

"It's momentum, in the right direction now.

West Ham United's Mark Noble celebrates scoring their first goal with team matesWest Ham United's Mark Noble celebrates scoring against Burnley

"(Look) a win's a win! You can't take that away. Always believe!

"It's never too late, just keep your head up.

"Where there's a will there's a way."

The US star certainly seems to have passion for the East Londoners and if Twitter followers are anything to go by he would be by far West Ham's most famous with 4.3 million followers.

West Ham are by no means out of the woods yet and face another six-pointer against Hull City on Saturday.

Perhaps next time the Hammers find themselves in a sticky situation Slaven Bilic could call on Triple H for an inspirational half-time team talk.

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