The Hammers are doing an amazing job of balancing domestic and continental duties this season.
Thursday's win over Rapid Vienna has secured their spot in the Europa League last-32, while they also sit in fourth in the Premier League.
"For us coming back from from being in lockdown and stuck in a house, knowing we had to come back to to fight a relegation battle to fast forward to now to being fourth in the Premier League and coming top of a group that is really tough is pretty special," said Noble.
"But we don't we don't want it to end here. We want to keep on progressing."
And manager David Moyes also thinks his team can advance in the knockout stages.
"We'll go into it with a real big confidence that we've done well in the early games," Moyes said.
"It'll be a different competition in March. We'll have a chance to look at the teams in February and see how those games go. It is a great achievement for us to be in European football in March.
"I don't see any reason why we can't keep challenging and pushing on, competing in the Premier League and competing in Europe.
"I'd be happy to take on most teams. I hope we're able to show that in the coming weeks and months.
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