The 33 year-old kept the Milers in the game yet again with a super triple save at Torquay at the weekend, a game which they eventually won 2-0 with goals in the last five minutes.
And Warrington earned high praise off manager Moore, leaving him delighted.
"You can't ask for anything more from your manager when he is coming out and saying things like that", he told the Star.
"I have a lot of respect for Ronnie and his predecessor Mark (Robins). They have been great with me and it gives you a big boost when your manager backs you like that."
The current MillersMAD player of the year is out of contract next June, but hinted this week he's looking to finish his career with the Millers.
"Obviously I am happy at Rotherham and the two and a bit seasons I have been here.
"My main concern is to keep performing well to earn that contract. The manager has a lot on his plate trying to bring new players in but hopefully we can sort something out in the future.
"I am immensely proud to have played 100 games for the club but that has gone. Now I'm looking at reaching 200."