But the 26-year-old midfielder is relishing the test and believes the Hammers are more than prepared to face Martinez’s side.
He told whufc.com: “We’re looking forward to Everton, it’s going to be a good game.
“They’re a top side and have just beaten Chelsea so their confidence is going to be up. They are playing differently now under Martinez, who plays similarly to how they did at Wigan.
“We’ve done our homework on Everton, we know how they play and we’re looking forward to the game.”
Noble also believes home advantage will key for the Hammers and sees the game as the opportunity to get their form at the Boleyn Ground back on track after their 1-0 loss to Stoke City three weeks ago.
“It’s a good chance for us to get back to winning ways at home,” he added.
“Our last home game wasn’t the best and we know we need to put in a good performance, coming off a good away point at Southampton.
“We like playing at home in front of our fans and hopefully we can get all three points.”