Middlesbrough’s Barry Robson says goalless draws are ‘not massive worry’ in promotion race

Barry Robson is unworried at the lack of goals.
Barry Robson is unworried at the lack of goals.

BORO midfielder Barry Robson has played down the importance of Saturday’s stalemate at Reading, the club’s third goalless draw in a row.

Boro remain second in the Championship after the result, two points behind Southampton but remain unbeaten this season with five wins and five draws.

“For me it’s not a massive worry,” Robson said.

“If you get 0-0 draws and are not creating anything [you do worry], but you can see that we are.”

Robson added: “We could have scored four if you see the clear cut chances we had.”

Read Robson’s comments in full in today’s Sportmail.