Moore warns that Baggies must learn lessons from past mistakes
Crystal Palace 2 West Bromwich Albion 0
Darren Moore has stressed the importance of relegated West Brom learning from the mistakes they have made this season, but refused to say whether he hopes to become the club's permanent manager.
Yesterday's 2-0 defeat at Crystal Palace was the first Moore experienced since being appointed on a caretaker basis, and though he takes pride in restoring the 'feelgood factor' Moore insists that that needs to be only the start.
Second-half goals from Wilfried Zaha and Patrick van Aanholt meant the Baggies finished the season bottom of the league, and Moore recognises they have much they still need to improve upon.
Moore told reporters: "It's important the club comes together to start to implement the right plans, procedures, players, people. Whatever that may be.
"It's about making sure the club moves forward and learns from what happened here this season."