West Ham United fans have discussed the quality of Mark Noble’s penalty success rate.

Noble has been a massive figure at West Ham since breaking on to the scene in 2004.

The Canning Town-born midfielder made his official first team debut against Southend United in the League Cup, and he has since gone on to make 494 appearances for the Hammers.

Named Hammer of the Year twice and being voted Hammer of the Decade, Noble is more than a fan favourite at the club.

Netting an impressive 38 out of 42 penalties during his 16-year career at the club, the Englishman’s impact from the spot has been very much unheralded.

West Ham currently sit in the lower regions of the Premier League table and will be looking to gain some consistent results when football returns in the near future.

Reacting to a post shared by West Ham’s official Twitter, these fans praised Noble for his excellent penalty ratio from over the years.