Noble has played a major role in the Hammers impressive run of form in the last month which has seen them win four consecutive games and eased their relegation worries.
With Adam Lallana and Jay Rodriguez both being given their chances to impress on the international stage by Roy Hodgson this season, Noble has not closed the door on a late call-up with the World Cup just four months away.
England assistant manager Ray Lewington was at Upton Park on Saturday to see Noble pick up another man of the match award and the West Ham midfielder knows he cannot do anymore to try and win a place in the squad – starting with next week’s friendly match against Denmark.
Noble said: “Roy Hodgson hasn’t spoken to me but I will carry on enjoying what I do, working hard for the team and all being well one day I will get my chance.
“To be picked for my country is my ultimate goal, as it should be with any English player,” he said.
“The subject has come up a few times before and people have said when an international squad is about to be announced, ‘you’ve definitely got a chance’ but it hasn’t happened.
“All I can do, though, is go out there every week and in training and try my hardest. Hopefully, it will happen for me one day.
“I think I’m playing the best football of my career right now as far as my all-round game is concerned – winning back the ball, starting us off to play. I’ve probably played as well as I ever have in 90 per cent of the games so far this season but when you’re losing it doesn’t show.”