ANTON ROBINSON looked ahead to Saturday’s big clash with his former club Bournemouth and urged his Huddersfield Town teammates: “Let’s go again.”
The Galpharm showdown is the first outing for Lee Clark’s side since their mammoth unbeaten League I sequence was ended by leaders Charlton.
Nine days on, Robinson admits the 2-0 setback at The Valley still hurting but added: “Our new challenge is to go on another run.”
Town, who are third, went 43 games without loss and midfielder Robinson said: “That statistic shows what this club is all about.
“One defeat doesn’t change the amount of talent and character we have in the squad, and I think we’re all itching to get back into action.”
Robinson, a half-time replacement for Tommy Miller at Charlton, is targeting a 10th start and 17th appearance in all since switching from the South coast in August.
As well as Miller and Damien Johnson, he faces competition from fit-again Oscar Gobern for a central berth against the 16th-placed Cherries and accepted: “Competition is fierce.