Speaking to todays 'Tiser, Moore looked forward to the game tomorrow and insisted the club has put Tuesday behind them.
He said: "We need to start games like we keep ending them. The way we played in the last 20 minutes on Tuesday is how we need to set off, at a high tempo and getting behind teams and putting them on the back foot.
"The crowd want to see blood, sweat and enthusiasm but they didn't see that the other night. I know Don Valley isn't ideal but we've got to live with it. There's only 3,000 in the ground and players can hear things that are said from the side and one or two are wilting a bit.
"I must admit, the break affected us more than I thought it would have done and it was so disappointing to lose our home record to the bottom of the league. No disrespect to Darlington and Grimsby, but I would been unhappy with four points from these two home matches. Now we've no chance of that.
"There's 24 games left and we're fifth in the league and three points off third place. Tomorrow is a great opportunity for us and I'm not worried too much about Chesterfield because we seem to be different away from home."
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