THEO ROBINSON is hoping to put down roots after completing his move to Millwall.
Loaned to the Lions earlier in the season, when he scored twice in six appearances before a knee injury which needed surgery stopped him in is tracks, the former Town striker, left, has signed a two-and-a-half year deal at The New Den, where he hopes to face Ipswich today.
“I really enjoyed my loan spell and felt I had settled well,” said the 21-year-old Brummie, who joined Town from Watford during the 2009 close-season.
“The injury was frustrating, but thankfully the manager (Kenny Jackett) had faith in me and said he wanted to sign me when the window opened.
“I’m looking forward to helping establish Millwall in the Championship and then progressing from there.”
Robinson registered 16 goals in 19 starts and 26 outings from the bench for Town and chief executive Nigel Clibbens said:
“Things haven’t worked out here but that’s football so we all have to move on.
“We have recouped the fee paid when the player was brought to the club.”