Mark Noble delighted a hatful of West Ham United fans as the legendary skipper signed copies of his new autobiography, Boleyn Boy, at London Stadium on Thursday 17 November.
The former Club captain, who retired after 550 games and 18 years in Claret and Blue last May, took the time to meet supporters at the Stadium Store.
The boyhood Hammer who lived the dream, Noble’s book documents his journey from Canning Town to the Academy of Football, and through the ranks, to the first team as an 18-year playing career concluded with a run to the UEFA Europa League semi-finals in 2021/22.
Noble said: “It was really good to see so many supporters at the store and I’m very grateful for the effort that everyone made to come along and wait in the queue.
“We all spend so much time on our phones now, and so it’s actually really nice to spend some time meeting people - kids, adults, grandparents, having a chat and hearing their stories about being a fan.
“I’ve had some lovely comments about the book and I hope all those who have bought it enjoy reading it.”