"I don’t think that is going to change for a long time. I even think the manager who has just left was continually learning in the job. I am relatively new to it so I am still learning everything about it.
"I think if you are playing big games, that is part of it. This club has always played in big games, in big finals and games that really matter. The games this week mattered. In some of them, we did better than the others."
Steve Clarke's Albion picked up their first league win of the season against Sunderland last Saturday and were only edged out of the Capital One Cup by Arsenal on penalties in midweek.
"Steve has done a great job," opined Moyes. "Last year, they finished eighth in the Premier League and, for long periods, when I was at Everton, they were the team who were right up with us just behind the teams at the top.
"So he has done a steady job taking over from Roy Hodgson and, overall, I think West Brom are a stable football club that has continued to progress. They made several signings on deadline day and I am sure he has improved his squad."