Noble, who has been struggling to get game time at AmaZulu since joining them few years ago from Ikapa Sporting, tells KickOff.com that he will be returning to Johannesburg where hopes to be close to his family after his unsuccessful stint with Usuthu in Durban.
However, despite failing to get regular game time even after fully recovering from a knee injury, the midfielder says he has no hard feelings towards the club's technical team for overlooking him in terms of the team selection.
"It's official; I won't be playing for AmaZulu next season. I had high hopes for this season but unfortunately the long-term injury last year forced me out of action for almost four months.
"I tried to make a comeback but due to the fixtures being congested I only managed to fully recovery from my injury with only four games remaining in the season.
"Even after my recovery I was continually overlooked and because of that situation, I realised it would be no use remaining at the club next season.
"I have been on the road for almost five years and now want to spend time with my family. I will sit down with my wife at the end of the season to discuss my future in football but now I am now definitely looking forward to playing for a team in Johannesburg."