Simon Davey's side, without a win in their last six matches, secured a crucial point against Steve Coppell's promotion-chasers to leave them one point above the drop zone with a game in hand on their relegation rivals.
Moore told the club's official website: "We were all delighted with the
way we played at Reading. It was a thoroughly professional, workmanlike away performance and that is the level we have to find between now and the end of the season.
"We had everybody working hard and everybody did their jobs. It was a great all round team performance and to show that we can do that at a place like Reading against a very good side has to fill us with confidence.
"Reading still needed points to make sure of the play-offs and they did come at us all guns blazing a little,.
"But to withstand that and to play in the way we did was very pleasing. It was a good solid display and we need that in the remaining games."