BLUES striker Theo Robinson is pleased to spending the rest of the season with Colchester United.

As was revealed in yesterday’s Echosport, the 30-year-old has returned to U’s for the remainder of the campaign.

And Robinson is happy to be back with the League Two club.

“I’m glad it’s all sorted out and I can get on with playing football,” Robinson told Colchester United's official website.

“I was playing plenty of football and I think I was doing OK for the club, and I always knew what I wanted to do when this time came.

“I had to go back though, and nothing is ever guaranteed, so I’m grateful that the deal got done and I’m here now for the rest of the season.”

Robinson scored seven goals in 21 appearances during his initial loan spell with the U’s which finished earlier this month.

And Colchester boss John McGreal is also thrilled to have the striker back in his squad as they push for promotion.

“I’m delighted that he’s with us now for the rest of the season,” said McGreal.

“We know what he can do, seven goals in 11 starts proves that, and he’s a really good attacking option for us.

“It’s always advantageous to have different threats in the squad.”