Look at photos from Anton Robinson's career and read about his career so far...
Coventry City sealed the loan signing of Anton Robinson from Championship side Huddersfield Town until the end of the season.
The 28-year old has already had a successful career having achieved promotion from League Two with AFC Bournemouth and promotion from League One with Huddersfield Town.
Robinson started his career with Millwall in 2003 before moving onto Sheffield Wednesday but didn't make any league appearances for either side.
After a brief stint at Exeter City, Robinson plied his trade in the non-league with Eastbourne United, Fisher Athletic and most notably Weymouth, making over 85 appearances for the Terras over a two-year stint.
Robinson was picked up by Bournemouth in 2009 after impressing for the then Conference Premier outfit and became a main-stay of the Cherries side.
The midfielder made 49 appearances for the South Coast side during their promotion from League Two in the 2009/10 season, scoring four goals.
His form continued into the 2010/11 League One season where he made 51 appearances, scoring five goals, and he began to grab the attention of Huddersfield Town.
The Terriers signed Robinson in the 2011 summer transfer window and made over 30 appearances as the team secured promotion to the Championship.
Recently, Robinson has recovered from rupturing his anterior cruciate ligaments, which ruled him out of action for nine months and had a loan spell with Gillingham last season.
Look at the photos from his career so far above...
Watch Anton Robinson join in Coventry City training below...