The strength of the teams that have come down along with the ones coming up is going to make the fight for the top slots an even bigger challenge than last season, Moore spoke to the Advertiser this week of who he thinks will be the ones to look out for, he said:
"There's a lot of travelling for us and when you look at it, the league will be tougher."
"Southend are always strong at this level and Gillingham are a bit of a yo-yo side."
"Stevenage are coming up full of confidence and Oxford have already sold more than 3,000 season tickets and have a bit of money."
"I think Aldershot will be there or thereabouts again and Port Vale finished last season strongly and will challenge. "Crewe will also be better and you can never discount Bradford City."
"It will be a tougher section, no question."
The loss at Wembley in the playoff final clearly still hurts, Moore saying:
"I think we beat the best side in Aldershot in the semis. To work so hard to get through and then lose was hard to take," he said. "One thing is for sure, Wembley is only for winners."