Mark Noble has entered into a new one-year contract with West Ham, understands talkSPORT.
The club captain has been limited to a partial role this season, starting just three games, but remains an important part of David Moyes’ squad.
The Hammers have now handed him an extended contract as a reward for the influence he continues to have over his teammates, with an announcement expected later today.
Noble has spent his entire career at West Ham, making over 500 appearances for the club.
The 33-year-old has played just 304 minutes in 14 league appearances this season, with the last game he started in the top flight being the 3-0 loss to Chelsea in December.
Midfielder partnership between Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek made it difficult for Noble to find his way into Moyes’ plans
But he’s regularly used as a late introduction when West Ham need to see the game end and their demeanor has been exemplary.