The Millers triumphed for their first league win since October 5th at Crewe thanks to Nicky Law's last minute winner which sank Port Vale 2-1, and Moore felt it was a long time coming.
Speaking to the post match media Ronnie said: "I think it was totally deserved to be honest,
"Their goal was against the run of play after a sloppy piece of defending by us, and I think that was probably the only chance they had in the match. We were patient and we did the right things, it is never easy against 10 men as we showed against Notts County, and I must be honest and say that I didn't think it was going to come but we probed and passed the ball and then finished well.
"I think it can work with Nicky Law in the middle of the park, I don't think it was magical today but it definitely gives us something different," commented Moore on his tactical switch.
"He has got pace which is something that we have been lacking in there, he gave us that but we still need more from him. When he gets the ball he is such a talent, it's untrue. He can waltz past people for fun and if he sticks to that position he is going to get a lot of goals."
Of Luke Prosser's dismissal just before the break for a second yellow for the home side, Moore added: "I don't even know why he got sent off to be honest.
"I said to our lads not to do anything stupid and I thought we did really well in the second half to not go into any stupid tackles. There was a lot going on, he could have sent more off. I thought that their number 10 just lost it; he told Warney that he will see him inside! You talk about trying to make things easier for referees, that was just stupid and we could do without it.
"Overall it is pleasing to get the win, that's two on the trot now away from home but we have another hard game now at Torquay."