No Regrets - Robinson

Last updated : 20 March 2009 By Bournemouth Co-Ordinator
Combative midfielder Anton Robinson, speaks about his move and how he's settled in to life in League Two at Dean Court. Speaking in the Bournemouth Evening Echo, Robinson is quoted as saying: "I chose to come here and was fully confident we were going to get out of the relegation zone when I signed. Nothing has changed my mind. It was a big gamble (not having the clause) but, hopefully, it is going to pay off. I don't want to jinx anything but we're going well at the moment. I've got no regrets at all about coming here. I had some great times at Weymouth and wish them all the best. I hope the situation there gets settled soon. But for me, as a footballing career decision, coming here was the best move. Once we get out of this mess fully, hopefully, there will be no looking back. I'm enjoying it and, as long as the team is winning and I'm on the pitch, I'm happy. I know the situation Eddie is in with the transfer embargo and he can't bring in any players. I'm happy to fill in and he knows that. I feel comfortable having made the transition from the Conference and, on the whole, I think I've adjusted quite well. The team has been doing excellently and I'm pleased to be a part of it".