Robinson happy to float

Huddersfield halfback Luke Robinson is enjoying life at the Giants, whether he lines up at scrum-half or hooker.

The livewire 29-year-old is also pleased to have put his recent injury woes behind him.

“I’m happy with my form considering the injury I had,” he told his club’s official website.

“If I’m being honest I wasn’t fully right for about a month. I had a trapped nerve in my neck and it was causing problems with me, not only in games but in training too, but I feel great now.

“I had a bit of time off and it’s doing me the world of good.

“I’m happy with my form, I’ve been floating in at 7 and 9 but I’ve quite enjoyed it. It wasn’t that long ago I was playing for England at hooker, so it’s not something that is new to me.

“I like being in the middle and I like being in the mix, it’s something I enjoy, but I’ll always do what is best for the team. It’s always nice when the team is winning and as long as the team is winning I’m happy.”

Robinson is also pleased that Paul Anderson‘s team have been clocking up the victories, even though performances have not necessarily been that great.

“We’ve won 9 out of 10 games, but it feels strange as everyone keeps telling us we haven’t been playing too well,” he added.

“But as a group we know that there is more in us and more to come from us, which I think is pleasing. We feel that we aren’t hitting our full straps at the moment and we aren’t 100 percent where we want to be both individually and as a team.

“That being said, we are still winning games. We are becoming a team that finds ways of winning when we aren’t at our best.”

Huddersfield’s next test is against a Salford team whom Robinson is refusing to underestimate.

“Salford are a dangerous side,” he said.

“They have a lot of talented people within their squad that will always pose a lot of questions defensively for any team.

“We would like to think that we will also ask them a few questions come Saturday afternoon.”

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