PAUL Robinson will always cherish scoring for Millwall at Wembley – a moment he describes as the "pinnacle" of his long career with the club.
Robinson's contract with the Lions was cancelled yesterday, paving the way for him to pen a permanent 18-month deal with Portsmouth, where has been playing on loan.
And reflecting on his time at The Den, his winner against Swindon Town in the 2010 League One play-off final stands out as his best highlight.
"I had some fantastic highs at Millwall but the pinnacle was scoring the winner at Wembley," he said.
"That's a day that I will never ever forget. I always look back at that day with absolute pride.
"I've been involved in some fantastic games at The Den – great occasions and atmospheres. That whole journey has just been an incredible experience and I enjoyed every minute of it."
Robinson added: "I never really saw myself playing for anyone else other than Millwall but it was pretty clear that I wasn't in the manager's plans moving forward.
"That's the way football works – it’s a game of opinions and the manager had his.
"I still felt that I had plenty of games left in me and I wanted to make the most of my career, but I realised that wasn’t going to happen at Millwall.
"I looked elsewhere for that opportunity and the writing was on the wall when I went to Portsmouth.
"Everyone realised then that perhaps my time at Millwall was up. It's a sad day in some ways but it's also the start of something new for me."
Robinson completed his switch to Fratton Park this morning, 24 hours after his Millwall exit was announced.
"Pompey is a really good club to play for and I've really enjoyed my time there," he said.
"The fans are almost as noisy as the Millwall fans and very passionate. It's a similar club in many respects and that's helped me fit right in.
"The bottom line is that I've enjoyed playing week in, week out again and getting back into that routine."