According to The Sun, West Ham United midfielder Mark Noble has signed a new two year deal with the club at London Stadium.
The Hammers skipper had just a year left on his current contract and was supposed to become a free agent next summer.
Noble will be with his childhood club until he is 35, but with manager David Moyes and the owners willing to keep him for a long time at the club.
They want him to remain as a mentor and role model for the younger players and the talents that come through the academy, and some have tipped him to become a part of the backroom staff after he hangs up the boots.
Noble made his 500th appearance for West Ham during Friday’s 3-1 against Watford, becoming only the tenth player in the history of the Hammers to reach the milestone and playing an enormous role as they secured safety.