Speaking to The Star Moore said: "The chairman's attitude is that we don't have to sell unless someone comes in and offers something stupid in the range of two or three million. Then we would have a look at that. Alfie is enjoying his football here and long may that continue.
"It would take an absolutely ridiculous offer before he left.
"I have spoken to the chairman about it because there is always going to be a chance clubs are going to be interested in Alfie when he is scoring so many goals.
"People are crying out for a goalscorers and he is a natural goalscorer. But I have spoken with the chairman and he says unless it is ridiculous we don't have to do it which is brilliant for me and hopefully Alfie will understand that. His turn will come but this is not the right time for us to sell him."
Moore feels there is far more to come from his goal machine.
"Alfie's goals-to-games ratio is incredible and there is more to come.
"You can see every time he plays he looks like scoring a goal but I would just like someone else to start scoring as well.
"If Alfie picks up a knock and is unavailable, you wonder where the goals are going to come from so we have to improve our set plays and will be working hard in training to get that right."