"He has and I think he's improved. He's taken on the mantle of a goal kicker and that creates individual pressure and I think he's stuck with it and I've stuck by him."
"His running game is very good anyway as is his kicking from both feet out of hand."
Robinson, who has scored 190 points in the Guinness Premiership and only trails Jimmy Gopperth of Newcastle, has scored 296 points in competitive fixtures for Gloucester this season and Redpath acknowledged the hard work the Welsh fly half has put in.
"He's had some good days and he's had some bad days. He's had some kicks that he's missed but he's working hard. He's very honest with himself and he gets frustrated sometimes but he's working at his goal kicking and I'm chuffed to bits that he's getting a bit of reward for it."
Redpath was then quick to pay tribute to the other first team players who have featured in the number nine and ten shirts this season.
"Rory (Lawson) is the same. He puts in a heck of an effort defensively which sometimes takes away his energy in attack when we're working off turnovers and offloads for example."
"But I'm happy with those two and also Davey (Lewis) and Jordi (Pasqualin) and Freddie (Burns) and Tim Taylor."
"That's six who are all capable of stepping up. Youth is sometimes good and sometimes it needs working on."
"Freddie has been in that position playing at 10 and 15 so Nicky has to play well to keep Freddie and Tim out."