West Ham fans have taken to Twitter to largely express their delight about being so wrong when they wrote Mark Noble off earlier in the season as the midfielder shone in the weekend win.
The Irons captain opened the scoring in the first-half and generally looked to be back to his best in the middle of the park as Marko Arnautovic and Manuel Lanzini scored three times between them in the second-half to inspire David Moyes' men to the three points.
A number of West Ham players were lauded on social media after the win, and one of the players who seemed to impress supporters the most was Noble.
The 30-year-old looked significantly out of form earlier in the season - like many of his teammates - and some fans started to doubt whether he should be in the team any longer, but he has proved with his recent form that he definitely still has a lot to give to the Hammers.
And that has prompted a number of West Ham fans to admit, gladly, that they were wrong to write Noble off earlier in the campaign.
Here is the best of the reaction...
Mark Noble was great again yesterday. Our whole midfield looks so much more solid and organised we he plays.— ⚒ Robert Haynes (@tyreman19) January 14, 2018
Mark Noble is the greatest guy ⚽️⚽️— ShaneWesterman (@1996westy) January 13, 2018
I’ve got to hold my hands up, I was one of Mark Noble,s biggest critics earlier this season but what a turn around, he is without doubt the heart of WHU, and I couldn’t be more pleased for him, never less than 100% even when things are not going well for him. Well done Mark— Bob austin (@bobaustin65) January 13, 2018
Lanzini and Arnie were threatening to link up in the 1st half but couldn’t quite pull it off. Did to devastating effect in the 2nd. Immense performance. Noble captain fantastic again. #WHUFC— Daniel Liddard (@DanLiddard) January 13, 2018
Mark Noble - Mr. West Ham ⚒ pic.twitter.com/SKELTCeUza— Scandinavian Hammers (@ScandHammers) January 13, 2018
I have to say, fairplay to Mark Noble today. People say he has lost it but what a leader & mature player he has become! He is West Ham's Steven Gerrard.— Mikespace Online ™ (@MikespaceOnline) January 13, 2018
Okay, not as good but you know what I mean! ⚒️ #COYI
Mark Noble today was brilliant yet again. Has so much energy and is a work horse deserved his goal today hard work pays off.— Khaleem Azam. (@AzamWHUFC) January 13, 2018