Slaven Bilic’s side left their old ground after 112 years last season to take up residency at the revamped Olympic Stadium but they have been unable to bring their form from last term with them.
Issues with stewarding and seating have also caused problems at the new London Stadium and the club are in talks with the owners of the ground over numerous points of action.
But in the meantime, Noble wants an immediate response from the Hammers fans against Southampton today.
The midfielder, who requested to take part in the pre-match media duties, had this message for the club’s supporters: “You cheered when we were on top, now do it when we are in trouble.”
Bilic’s side, who finished seventh last term winning 16 of 38 Premier League games, have only managed one top-flight win this campaign, shipping 13 goals in five matches.
And Noble, a Hammers fan since he was a young boy, is hurting inside.