THEO ROBINSON is desperate for the chance to help Huddersfield Town snap Peterborough’s unbeaten run in Saturday’s crucial Championship clash at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Posh haven’t been out of the bottom four all season, but going seven games without defeat has raised hopes of an escape from relegation.
Town, meanwhile, have slid into the dreaded drop zone after losing four of their last six games, and have to rediscover the winning formula fast.
On-loan Derby striker Robinson, manager Mark Robins’ only Town recruit so far, scored three times in two appearances against Posh last season. The 24-year-old Jamaica international has still to get off the mark in his second spell at Town.
“It’s been frustrating as I’ve not been as involved as much as I’d have liked in the last few games,” said Robinson, an unused substitute in Tuesday’s 1-0 defeat at Bolton.
“But whenever I’m chosen I always give my all. I try my best and I’m always looking to score goals for the team whenever I’m involved.”
Third-bottom Town, on the same 47-points mark as three sides above them, have six games to go, all against teams currently 15th or below.
And Robinson added: “It’s good that we’ll be playing teams around us in the table as it gives us a chance of getting points on the board and stopping them doing it.”
Peterborough, who beat Town 3-1 at London Road in October, head to Huddersfield in the wake of a goalless draw at Middlesbrough.
Town’s last League win against them was in January 2009.