All in for Glory

Perth Glory supporters can expect to see a vastly different side this Sunday and it won't have anything to do with any sweeping changes at the selection table.

Perth Glory supporters can expect to see a vastly different side this Sunday and it won't have anything to do with any sweeping changes at the selection table.

Striker James Robinson said efforts on the training track this week clearly point to a side determined to remove the bad taste left from their performance a week earlier.

"We have sat down and pointed out areas where we need to improve," Robinson said.

"We will take what's happened, rectify those problems, and come game day we'll show what we're made of.

"We accept collectively as a group what's going on and it's not down to one person and we all know that, so you don't start pointing the finger. We lose as a team and we win as a team," Robinson said.

Competition for places has gone up a notch this week with several players overcoming niggling injuries to put their hand up for selection.

"Mitch said there's going to be changes… everybody's training and working their socks off to grind out a win this Sunday, so no spots are guaranteed."

Robinson had endured a delayed start to the season after picking up a stomach injury the day before the club's opening encounter against Adelaide. He made his first appearance of the season last week as a second half substitute and is looking forward to having more of an impact in the coming games.

Robinson's tenacity in the forward half will be important for Glory as they look to put early pressure on Wellington and make them feel the impact of the long journey to Western Australia.

"Come Sunday we will show what we are made of. We know what we have to do now and the boys have the fire in the belly to do it."