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After exiting the World Cup in the pool stages, Scotland were beaten 6-13 at home by England in their opening game of the tournament before going down 27-13 to Wales at the Millennium Stadium.
Last weekend Robinson’s men delivered a heroic performance in their loss to France, scoring two tries and leading through Lee Jones’ first score before Maxime Medard snatched victory from their grasp.
Defeat to Ireland next weekend would leave Scotland heading into their final game with Italy without a win to their name but Hastings, the former centre, has seen signs of progress.
“There is a great unity in the Scotland rugby team, a great self belief, and people see that when they play,” he told STV.
“Admittedly, they haven’t had the results. They have had the opportunity to win games. “Hopefully in the last two games of the championship coming up, that confidence can come up and they get two victories on the road.
“I think we should keep going (with Robinson). We are in a four-year cycle at the moment, Scotland should have beaten England, and they could have beaten France.
“Two missed tackles cost them 14 points. It is as simple as that. International sport is about small margins. If Scotland had made those two tackles then there was possibly a victory against France, a win against England.
"That wasn’t to be. I think the Scottish public have patience. I think the team have confidence in Andy Robinson and this is a work in progress.”