He told themillers.co.uk: "I know we didn't give the supporters anything to cheer about in the first half but I would like to see them get behind us instead of booing at half-time. I understand we have to play well to get their backing and as soon as they got behind us it was like having a twelth man.
"We imposed ourselves on the opposition, closed them down and passed the ball nicely.
"If it wasn't for the points deduction we'd be in the top four and now we are in positive points the season starts here.
"Today was an important win and we can go into the game against Leeds and enjoy it", he added. The Millers play host to the West Yorkshire outfit in the JP Trophy at Don Valley on Wednesday night.
Robbo also had a word for Alex Rhodes, who laid on the two headed goals out of the four: "Alex Rhodes put in a great ball for the first goal and it's the first time I've ever seen Reuben Reid head a ball", he joked. "I was also delighted to see Richie Barker come off the bench to get his goal."
Midfielder Danny Harrison missed the game with injury, and Robins concluded: " Danny's problem isn't too serious, it's a hamstring strain that'll keep him out for around a week."