The Terriers remain in the relegation zone on goal difference having played a game more than fourth-bottom Sheffield Wednesday, but Robins could not find fault in his side's performance.
"I thought we played well," he said. "I was proud of the players, I thought they gave me everything.
"In all fairness the game was not going to be a season-defining game. It was a marker for the remaining games of the season.
"We've given a good account of ourselves, I thought we controlled it for the most part.
"We created a lot of chances but just couldn't get the killer touch.
"You've got to give them credit. They're a good side. They've got top players in the team.
"From our point of view it was disappointing not to get anything from the game but, having said that, it was a good performance."
Robins added: "There's six games against teams that are around us now in the division that certainly will give us a chance to move out of the area we're in."