West Bromwich Albion shocked Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday.
West Bromwich Albion finally picked up their fourth Premier League win of the campaign on Sunday, stunning Manchester United at the Theatre of Dreams in a hard-fought 1-0 victory.
The Baggies are still far away from safety, with nine points between them and 17th-placed Swansea, but their survival chances may have just received a huge boost as a result of the weekend's stunning display.
The club's former youth coach has many believing he could have done a better job than former boss Alan Pardew had he been appointed earlier, and there are growing calls for the board to make his role permanent.
The majority of comments on Twitter hint that a large section of West Brom fans all want the same thing - Moore as the new manager beyond the end of the campaign.
I hope Darren Moore gets the WBA job permanently— CallingAllAstronauts (@CAA_Official) April 15, 2018
Come on @WBA - give Darren Moore the job. Great servant, earned his stripes as a coach, understands the club. He deserves a crack at it.— Bryn (@BrynLaw) April 15, 2018
Give Darren Moore the job now let him build his team under the new technical director— MarkDM73 (@markdmortimer) April 15, 2018
Darren Moore talks about strength, unity, family, community ...— Paul Butler (@baggieboy61) April 15, 2018
Thierry says"just give him the job"
And so say all of us #wba
Just Me pissed off that we have left it so late in the season to put a good performance together when we are all but gone. Well happy for Darren moore. Would love if he got the job with an experienced number 2. #WBA— DOOD ⚪️ (@RudeDoody) April 15, 2018
Given how Moore has brought out the best in a crop of underwhelming and under-performing players in such a short time, he could prove to be West Brom's best fit for the job.