AFC Wimbledon will not be signing former Chelsea and Manchester City goalkeeper Willy Caballero.
The 40-year-old has been training with the Dons for the past month while he keeps himself fit as he searches for a new club.
“He’s been excellent,” said Wimbledon head coach Robinson. “The keepers have all loved having him around, and they have all picked up something from him.
“His attitude is absolutely unbelievable. He’s even started getting involved in the meetings more because, for the sessions we put on, I wanted him to see why we’re doing it.
“He’s incredibly humble, which the best tend to be. He’s loving it, and we’re loving having him in.”
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