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But in the defeat to the Scarlets on Saturday, the 27-year-old prop suffered medial ligament damage in his knee and is expected to be out for at least eight weeks.
Glasgow head coach Sean Lineen said: “This is clearly very disappointing news for Moray. He’s an ambitious player who is extremely keen to achieve success with both Glasgow and Scotland, and the injury has come at a very unfortunate time.
“He’s a tough character, however, and I know he’ll work hard to bounce back strongly. In terms of his rehab, he’ll be in great hands with the medical and physio team we have here at the Warriors.”
Robinson can at least take comfort from the fact that fly-half Ruaridh Jackson should be fit and firing when Scotland kick off their campaign against England at Murrayfield on February 4.
The 23-year-old had also been forced off during the Scarlets clash with pain in his upper leg but Glasgow do not expect the injury to have any long-term effects.
A spokesman said: “Ruaridh has reacted well to treatment since Saturday’s game and the Warriors medical team are happy with his progress. He will continue to be monitored closely in the lead-in to our Heineken Cup matches and, from Scotland’s perspective, for the RBS 6 Nations Championship.”
Robinson added: “We all wish Moray a speedy recovery. As far as Ruaridh is concerned we will be monitoring his progress closely before the players come into camp with us later this month.”