Mark Noble shares something that concerns him about West Ham

Mark Noble  of West Ham United in action during the Premier League match between Cardiff City and West Ham United at Cardiff City Stadium on March 09, 2019 in Cardiff, Wales.

West Ham United have really struggled on the road recently.

Mark Noble,Robert Snodgrass and declan Rice of West Ham United celebrate Mark Noble scoring his penalty during the Premier League match between West Ham United and Newcastle United at...

Club captain Mark Noble admitted that West Ham's away form is a real concern, when speaking exclusively to the club's official website.

The Hammers currently sit in ninth position in the Premier League table, but they have picked up just one point on the road in their last four trips away from the London Stadium.

West Ham still have a great chance of finishing inside the Europa League spots, with five points separating them and seventh placed Wolves, but they have to finish the season strongly, with just eight league games remaining.

 

The east London outfit will not have to worry about their away form tomorrow, however, when they welcome Huddersfield Town to the London Stadium.

Noble did highlight how they must be better on their travels, though, when speaking exclusively to the club's official website, sharing how important it is for his team to match the fight and determination of sides lower than them in the table:

Mark Noble of West Ham United runs during Training at Rush Green on October 4, 2018 in Romford, England.

"Our away form is a concern, obviously, but we are still in ninth place and we want to finish as high up the table as possible. We have an opportunity to get back to winning ways and our recent home record has been really good, but it’s the same situation as Cardiff last week. Huddersfield will come to us and give it everything, so it’s going to be another tough game."

West Ham still have four away games remaining this season, and with three of them coming at Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham, they really will have to be on their very best form, if they are to have any chance whatsoever of finishing inside the top seven.

Jack Wilshere and Mark Noble of West Ham United during Training at Rush Green on August 16, 2018 in Romford, England.

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