Noble content after Brighton draw
West Ham skipper Mark Noble was pleased to see his team's fighting spirit on show in the 2-2 draw with Brighton on Wednesday night.
The Hammers were playing their eighth match since the start of December and they showed great determination to come back from two goals down to earn a point.
Goals from Dale Stephens and Shane Duffy had put the visitors in a commanding position against Manuel Pellegrini's side but Marko Arnautovic rescued the Hammers with two second-half goals.
Pellegrini's men are now into the top 10 in the Premier League as a result of their point and Noble admits he is pleased to see his team show a never say die attitude.
He told reporters: "Over the Christmas period we’ve had two away games, been in hotels a lot and been at Burnley and Southampton.
"I don’t know if that plays a part, but we’ve changed the team with three or four players. From where we were, 2-0 down, to get two goals, it’s a positive."
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