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Jack Robinson is a record breaking left-back of whom big things are expected over the next few years.
The Warrington-born defender became our youngest ever player when he was introduced by Rafael Benitez against Hull City in the final game of 2009-10. He was aged just 16 years and 250 days.
The record stood until September 2012 when Jerome Sinclair came on in a League Cup tie with West Brom, aged 16 years and 6 days.
His first-team chances have been limited since then but he impressed against England winger Theo Walcott at the Emirates in 2010-11.
Having represented England at U16, U17 and U18 level, he is now a regular for the U19s and occasionally U21s.
Robinson joined Championship outfit Wolverhampton Wanderers on loan during the second half of the 2012-13 season, starting 11 games as former Red Dean Saunders' team were relegated.
To further his football education, the full-back spent the duration of the 2013-14 campaign with Championship side Blackpool.