The former Wigan player reckons he has been knocked out between 15 and 20 times in his career so far but says the only time it prevented him from continuing was during Sunday's league game at Hull. England forward Gareth Ellis has been cleared of striking but Robinson accepts it was probably an "innocuous" challenge.
He said: "I've had some bad ones but managed to stay on the field and carry on. At Hull it was not until 20 minutes to half an hour later when I actually came around in the changing rooms. Everybody has a different view of it but Gaz is a great bloke. It was a kind of innocuous challenge."
Robinson must pass the customary head test before being cleared to play on Sunday, when Huddersfield will be aiming to halt a seven-match losing run at the hands of the Wolves, who knocked them out of the semi-finals last season and have already done the league double this year.
"Obviously they're a quality side, that's why they've been up there for the last few years," Robinson said. "They've been building something at Warrington. They're a difficult side and they seem to play well in the good weather so they will in favourites. But we've been playing some good rugby ourselves and there is no reason to fear them. We're confident in our own ability."
Huddersfield are hoping to have prop forward Craig Kopczak back after missing the 22-16 win at Hull with an arm injury.
"Koppy is touch and go at the minute," said coach Paul Anderson. "Basically he's got a 'dead' arm so there's still a lot of swelling around it and we're waiting for things to go down."
Warrington have an injury doubt over centre Ryan Atkins, who injured an ankle in last Friday's 19-18 win over Leeds, but are hoping to have England scrum-half Richie Myler back after missing the last two games with a knee injury.
"We're giving Ryan every chance," said Warrington's former Huddersfield coach Tony Smith. "On Friday a decision will be made on him. Early in the week I would have said he had no chance but he's improved over last two or three days. Richie Myler has chance as well. He's been training and rehabbing really well."
Warrington will also have hooker Michael Monaghan back after sitting out the Leeds game with a slight knee problem while loose forward Ben Harrison is to be made available for Swinton after recovering from a groin injury.