THEO ROBINSON is desperate to get his season back on track – by firing Town towards a place in the Championship.
The 21-year-old striker rattled nine goals in his first 18 appearances for the club after signing from Watford.
He hasn’t been able to find the net since the 6-0 destruction of Wycombe at the Galpharm on November 14.
But the form of Jordan Rhodes and Lee Novak means his last 19 outings, 13 of them since the Wycombe clash, have been from the bench, including the 2-0 defeat at Gillingham.
Now the Birmingham-born player, who was linked with a move away during the January transfer window, is eager to step up the hunt, saying: “I’m settled here.
“I’ve got my own place in Huddersfield, I like the area and I just want to get on and play football.
“Competition at this club is intense, but any chance I get, I try my hardest for the side, and I’m pleased to have figured in the last two games.”
Robinson added: “I thought we were unfortunate against Gillingham, because we gave it a real go with 10 men (Nathan Eccleston was sent off and must serve a three-match ban).
“We had some good chances, and even at two down, if we’d got one goal, I think we’d have had a decent chance of forcing the draw, because they were edgy.”
League I leaders Norwich City are next up for Lee Clark’s seventh-placed side, and Robinson added: “It’s a big game, but we are definitely good enough to beat them. We’ve had a bit of a blip, but we’ve shown plenty of times what we’re about, and this is a great game to have.”