"All I'm focused on is putting in another hard week's work, which is what we have done over the last five games. we've had some good results but those results have come from everyone being together and playing a part in it", Moore said.
Carlos Carvalhal's men spurned chances and their failings in front of goal meant they remained very much in the mire. "We had a few chances in the first half and on another day we would have taken them". All the others, we dominated and were better than our opponents. Fans were anxious over the club's fate after a draw at Leicester which seemed to be "not enough', especially as Leicester were there for the taking, however that point has proven crucial as it has taken us out of the relegation zone".
The Midlands club knew only three points at the Hawthorns would be enough to stave off relegation and duly obliged, with Everton doing them a favour later. It is something we need to sort out for the remaining games because they are massive for us now.
Southampton are unbeaten in their last two Premier League matches, but must make sure they don't slip up in the final two games and find themselves in the Championship next season.
"But we are confident when we play at home". A vital win over Bournemouth was followed up by another great performance at Goodison Park, which should've been credited with three points if it hadn't been for lazy refereeing allowing a late Everton goal.
Despite being pegged back on the day, Redmond emphasized it's the support from fans that will get them over the line in their quest for Premier League survival.
"My players will give the maximum, the fans will give the maximum and, when we play in Liberty, usually we are a strong team".
"I am not anxious because we depend on ourselves", Carvalhal said. "Anything less is not going to cut it".