It was the visitors who had the better chances and Shaun Williams went closest to scoring, hitting a post with a low shot after earlier having an effort saved by Stephen Bywater.
Robinson said: "I think we deserved to win. I thought the way we played was very, very good.
"To come to this great stadium - which is steeped in history - and put in a performance like that was nice to see.
"We had a lot of cohesion and a lot of strength. I really was pleased, especially as I had a number of youngsters in the squad.
"I see certain managers having to tinker with their team to rest one or two players but I have to tinker with it to play them.
"It's not that I'm tinkering with the team, it's just that I've not got a lot of choice. I'm enjoying it because it's a wonderful challenge for me.
"We try to conduct ourselves in a classy way and I think as a football club we've done that today.
"Dave Jones is someone I respect. I'm still learning my trade and I've got many years to try and aspire to achieve what he's achieved in his career."
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