The West Midlands outfit are involved in an almighty scrap at the foot of the top flight table, with all of the bottom 11 teams still in danger of the drop.

West Brom are without a win in eight games under new boss Pepe Mel, who was appointed as successor to axed boss Steve Clarke in January, and their poor run of form sees the side sit outside of the bottom-three only on goal difference.

But despite their perilous position, Moore believes the Baggies can secure the points they need to keep their survival hopes alive in what remains of the season.

“They’re still in with a chance, it’s still in their hands to remain in the Premier League,” he told Kick Off.

“I’ve looked at their fixtures, and despite their recent form if still see enough games in there to keep them up, but the team need to be focussed for the rest of the season.

“I know what they have in the dressing room, there’s enough in there to keep that club in the league, more than enough.