Despite dropping two points in the 1-1 draw with Brentford last time out, it is certainly not panic stations at West Brom, with the Baggies still in third spot just five points off the leaders in the Championship.
A regular for Moore so far this season has been 27-year-old winger Matt Phillips, who has five goals and five assists from his 16 appearances for West Brom this season.
But how much is Matt Phillips worth in today’s market?
Phillips is an established, experienced Championship player, and I’d say he’s worth £5million+.
He has been fantastic for Albion this term and was exceptional against Brentford last week.
He may be getting on a bit slightly, but at 27, he’s in his prime years and is a key asset for Albion.
He’s worth at least £5m.
Phillips has been one of the standout players for West Brom this season and I’ll be surprised if he’s still playing at Championship level by the end of the season.
His pace and trickery has caused full-backs numerous problems this season and he will be a crucial part of the Baggies promotion bid.
He is playing at the peak of his powers right now but the fact he has struggled to prove himself in the Premier League will limit his worth.
But he is undoubtedly a top Championship player.