Former Brentford man Reeves broke his duck for the season when he produced his 30-yard wonder strike in the dying seconds of Saturday’s 2-1 win over the relegation haunted Minstermen.
While most will eulogise about the quality of the strike, Robinson was also keen to reflect on the importance of a goal which ended five games without a win for the Wombles and got them back on the playoff trail.
“I said to him a couple of days ago when you score it is going to be an important one for us and flipping heck it was worth waiting all season for that one wasn’t it,” he said.
"The ref showed me his watch as well after the goal and there were four seconds left."
“All the second half we were banging on that door trying to get first the equaliser and then the winner.
“To be fair to their keeper he has made some great saves at vital times for them. It was going to take something special to beat him and thankfully Jake found it. It’s a magnificent feeling and three points is big at this stage of the season.
Robinson knows plenty about crucial games in an end of season promotion chase, the veteran defender having scored the winner for Millwall in the League One playoff final of 2010 to take them to The Championship.
And for him the last nine games are about winning and it does not much matter how.
“The key is finding that way to win because at this stage it is all about wins really,” he added.
“Now we are still in touch with nine to go and we have just got to keep trying to grind out the results to take us to where we want to go.”