Name: Mark Noble
Their captain. Their skipper. Their leader. Also, their 2016 BRIT Awards winner ahead of Wednesday night’s ceremony – if we could officially award Mark Noble the gong.
The 28-year-old, who has not represented his country at senior level, has played in 25 of the club’s 26 Premier League ties so far this season.
Noble; who has spent his entire professional career at West Ham United, whilst enjoying loan spells at Hull City and Ipswich Town back in 2006, has represented England from Under-16 level, all the way until the Under-21 squad.
However Noble has always been overlooked as a full international for the Three Lions, despite the central midfielder bagging three goals and providing three assists in the Premier League for the Hammers this term.
But you never know! His impressive form for Slaven Bilic’s side, who currently sit just one point adrift of Manchester United in fifth spot, could earn him a shock call-up into Roy Hodgson’s Three Lions squad ahead of this summer’s 2016 UEFA European Championships in France.