Robinson: We've been indifferent
By Adam Marshall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Paul Robinson admits Spurs have been experiencing an "indifferent" spell of form.
Tottenham keeper Paul Robinson admits the team have been experiencing an "indifferent" spell of form.
Spurs are pushing hard for fourth spot in The Premiership, and the chance to play in next season's UEFA Champions League, with West Brom next on the agenda for Martin Jol's men.
The live Sky Sports 1 game on Monday night allows the capital club the opportunity to erase memories of a poor performance at The Hawthorns in the corresponding fixture.
"I remember it well," recalled Robinson to Sky Sports News. "It was one of our poorest performances of the season.
"We came off a decent run, came into the game pretty confident, but let ourselves down.
"We lost 2-0 and it was a pretty convincing 2-0.
"We didn't play particularly well.
"We've had an indifferent spell in the last few weeks," he conceded. "But it's an indifferent spell that hasn't cost us many defeats, which is good as we've been picking up points.
"I think it could be a tough time to play West Brom. They're fighting for their lives and are a good team, well organised.
"When they played Birmingham, they created a lot of chances, played 4-5-1 and we're not expecting an easy game."