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Robinson, who has a contract through to 2015, was heavily criticised in the media for Scotland’s whitewash – only their second in the history of the RBS 6 Nations – which extended their losing run from the 2011 World Cup to seven games.
But scrum-half Mike Blair was quick to defend Robinson’s credentials ahead of a summer tour to Australia.
He said: “It is frustrating listening to all the questions asked about whether he will go on.
“He is signed up until 2015 and is globally recognised as one of the world's best coaches.
“We back him and expect him to be our coach. We, as players, have to put our hands up and say it is on us. Andy prepares the squad with the help of Gregor Townsend, with the help of Graham Steadman and the rest of the coaching team. Once we run out it is up to us.”
One of the few positives to emerge from Scotland’s campaign has been the emergence of a new breed of young players encapsulated by the likes of back-rower David Denton, fly-half Greig Laidlaw and Stuart Hogg.
The Glasgow Warriors full-back was given his debut by Robinson and has repaid his faith with some electrifying performances. And Hogg maintains there’s no better coach to keep getting the best out of him than Robinson.
"He has a contract through to 2015 so he's the right man in the right place at the right time. We're backing Andy all the way. There's no reason for him not to be here," he said.
"He's been a fantastic coach and will continue to be a fantastic coach. He's got loads of strengths. He obviously knows the game inside out with having played and he's always learning the game and is passing lots on to us. Hopefully he will be around for a long time.
"Andy can only do so much. It's up to the players to go out on the pitch and perform and we haven't done that. It comes down to the players."