On Friday, Pulis will face his old team for the first time since he was
Pulis says that the time was right for him to leave, but believes that his assistant manager Gary Megson should have been appointed in his stead, rather than Pardew.
"No, not at all," Pulis told the Telegraph when asked if he resented his sacking. "I think it was the right time, looking back, for the club and the right time for me.
"Alan is a friend of mine and I’m not having a go at him, but that club was well set up for Gary to take over because he knew the players. No matter what anyone says, I still think that squad was good enough to stay up in the Premier League.
"By getting a different manager in, and no disrespect to Alan, who had different ways of doing things, it disrupted things. Instead of coming out of the rut, it spoilt things."
In the space of six games, Moore won as many matches as Pulis and Pardew combined in the previous 32, but it was not enough to keep the Baggies afloat.