Noble - Going through is all that matters

Mark Noble was thrilled to get the job done against Wolves on Saturday
It was a case of job done for Mark Noble after West Ham United sealed their place in the fourth round of the Emirates FA Cup on Saturday.
Nikica Jelavic’s 84th minute strike was enough to see off Championship side Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Boleyn Ground and Noble was pleased to make progress at the first time of asking against a stubborn opponent.
He said: “It’s the Cup and Wolves came here to sit back and make it difficult for us. They started really brightly actually, but we took control of the game and I’m delighted for Jela that he’s got his goal.
“He works so hard in training every day, puts a real shift in and he hasn’t had a lot of game time, but when it dropped to him today it was a top quality finish.
“Overall it doesn’t matter how you play as long as you’re in the next round."
The Hammers’ good form rolls on, and with another game at Bournemouth on Tuesday, Noble is keen for the momentum to keep on building.
He added: “We’ve played a lot of football in the last couple of weeks, a lot of hard games – Southampton, Liverpool, well-earned wins. Today was a possible banana skin for us at home, but we’ve come through it with a clean sheet and a victory.
“We want to keep on putting three points on the board, keep that feeling of winning games. We’ve won three in a row and the draws before that have given us the platform to go on and do that."