The Millers bounced back ahead of their game at Port Vale on Tuesday night in the best possible fashion with a ruthless performance.
Moore told the after match press conference: "We were up and at them from the first minute and that set the tone for the game.
"It could have been more but what was nice was we managed to keep a clean sheet."
Moore had already praised top scorer Adam Le Fondre as he ended a six match goal drought, but had a word for his son Ian Thomas-Moore who made his home debut and worked hard.
"Alf played much better today," Moore continued. "He wasn't dropping too deep and he played on the defenders shoulder a lot more. He was really unfortunate with the shot from almost the half way line.
"I thought it was a harsh free kick to give away against him but it was a great finish. He was lively throughout and back to what we know he can do.
"Considering he doesn't like playing wide left I think Ian did well. He got up and down and worked his socks off but was a little tried at the end."