Fulham succumbed to a 2-1 defeat at home to Leeds United when the two teams met in the Premier League on Friday.
After Patrick Bamford opened the scoring in the first half, Fulham equalised with Joachim Andersen’s strike, but a second half goal from Raphinha sealed the game for Leeds as they held on to grab the victory at Craven Cottage.
After one win in their last five Premier League fixtures, Fulham sit in 18th place with 26 points. The Cottagers have a relegation-battle on their hands as they sit two points adrift of 17th place Newcastle United with eight games left to play in the Premier League.
Robinson believes that the result against Leeds does not put the Cottagers’ survival hopes to rest as he stated that there are more chances for Fulham to stay up if they capitalise on their upcoming league games.
“It’s not like if we’d won we’d have stayed up, and losing doesn’t mean we’re relegated”, Robinson told Fulham’s official site.
“We’ve still got eight more games to try and get some points.
“We’ve got the international break now, some of the lads will have a bit of rest, the international lads are going to go away, and then everyone’s going to be working hard and getting focused on the next game.”
Fulham will look to get back on track after the international break as they prepare to take on Aston Villa at Villa Park.