The Millers have come from being behind to claim four points on the road over the past week with high tempo second half displays, but Moore has been left annoyed at the slow starts from the first whistle.
"Nine points from the next three games could set our season up and seven wouldn't be too bad. If we continue as we played in the second half at Burton and in the last 70 minutes at Torquay then we're a match for anyone at this level." said Ronnie in the Tiser today.
"We can't keep chasing games though. We're at home tomorrow and we've got to get out of the blocks and get on the front foot. Barnet have got plenty of pace and they'll have a go at us and we'll have a go at them.
"I think it will be a decent game but you can't go looking at where they are in the table and thinking we've only to turn up to win. We need to be in their ribs and stop them playing. The same goes for Bradford on Tuesday. They've got some good players but they've had bad luck with injuries - Peter Jackson has gone in there and he's a good motivator and we'll need to be on our toes."
Loanee Callum Kennedy is a doubt for tomorrow's clash with illness but Ronnie could welcome back his son Ian Thomas-Moore to the squad.
Ryan Cresswell is trageting a return from injury next Saturday against his old club Bury.