Noble produced a man of the match performance in West Ham's 2-1 win at QPR and Allardyce revealed he is on England's radar.
"I think it depends how Mark plays this season," Allardyce said.
"I don't think it is about Mark Noble playing for England after three or four good games.
"He has pressed the buttons to alert Roy and his staff to come and have a look at him and see if he continues the good form he has shown in the Premier League up to now.
"There is a transition going on in the England set-up and Mark at 24 is an experienced Premier League player now.
"If he is the public eye and doing well then I think England will continue to monitor him and see how it goes."