THEO ROBINSON slotted his seventh goal of the season to help Town go third in League I with a 3-2 win at MK Dons then insisted: “I couldn’t have done it without the help of my teammates.”
Jordan Rhodes also made it seven for the campaign with the first of two Town equalisers before Antony Kay’s 78th-minute header clinched their first away league victory.
“Charlton and Leeds have both started very strongly, so it was important to keep in touch with them, and this was a big win,” said Robinson, boss Lee Clark’s summer signing from Watford.
After Rhodes netted in the 55th minute, the 20-year-old shot home in the 60th following a fluent Town move and added: “It was important to hit back quickly after they regained the lead (the home goals were netted by Jemal Johnson on 47 minutes and Jermaine Easter on 58).Related content
“The ball came across from the left and Anthony Pilkington put it right into my path, and I just turned and hit it on the swivel.
“It was great to see it go in and I’ve had a great start to my time here, but I couldn’t have got the goals without some quality service from the lads.
“Our strong start to the season is all down to teamwork, and that’s what will keep us on track.
“It doesn’t matter who gets the goals – winning is the main thing and we aim to continue our run against Brentford on Saturday.
“We’ve got a 100% record at home and we’re all determined to maintain it.”
Brentford were beaten 2-0 at leaders Charlton on Saturday while second-placed Leeds won by the same scoreline at home to Stockport.