Mark Noble scored twice as West Ham eased past West Brom to reclaim fifth place in the Premier League table.

The hosts had the best opportunities in the opening 15 minutes, but the Hammers soon took control.
Cheikhou Kouyate's header opened the scoring and the midfielder then set up Mark Noble, whose scuffed effort made it 2-0 before the break.

And Noble grabbed a second - his fourth goal in two games - when he volleyed home from Andy Carroll's ball in.
The Hammers, now unbeaten in 10 league matches, leapfrog Manchester United, who play leaders Leicester on Sunday.
And they have now reached their highest ever points haul in the Premier League with 59.
But the result leaves Tony Pulis' Baggies without a win in seven games.