But speaking in the Star Moore said: "He has another year on his contract at this football club and he is going nowhere.
"I always knew there was a player in there and I've seen what he can do in training, he's absolutely brilliant, but it is about bringing that to the bigger stage. Well, I think his days of stage fright are over. He was fantastic."
"He has certainly matured. He sent a header narrowly wide early on and the Ryan Taylor of six months ago might have wilted.
"I don't think he would have been in there a second time but we saw the confidence he has got and he kept getting in there and got his reward with the stunning header for the first goal.
"His second goal was superbly taken too. He'll be gutted at scoring twice and losing but no one can take away that he scored twice at Wembley."
The Millers will release the names of those leaving the club this week, with the first name out of the door being Drewe Broughton who agreed a deal with Lincoln this morning.