The Terriers, meanwhile, left east Lancashire with nothing to show despite a double from Martin Paterson.
"After the way we've been playing of late, I thought we were disappointing for large parts of the game," Robins said.
"I didn't think we deserved anything from the game because I didn't think we played particularly well and I thought it took us until 3-1 down to get any life in us.
"But having said that, we could have got something out the game in the end and I think had we done so it would've been great - but it would have been slightly unjust.
"Their first goal was very dubious in all fairness. He was offside, but I'm not going to moan too much.
"We just had a game against Burnley at home where a couple of decisions went our way, it's swings and roundabouts in football sometimes.
"There were some good positives to take from it - Paterson scored another couple of goals.
"Even though we haven't played to our potential, we were within a whisker of grabbing a draw."
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