The Northern Irishman has the Well in third place after eight Premiership games following an excellent start to the season.
In his first full season at the club, the 44-year-old guided Motherwell to two cup finals, which is a brilliant achievement for a team the size of the Steelmen.
His achievements have reportedly alerted Barnsley and Millwall.
Why Barnsley and Millwall reportedly want Robinson
Both Championship clubs are without a boss at this time. Daniel Stendel left the Tykes this week and Neil Harris departed the Den recently too.
Yorkshire club Barnsley are targeting a very specific type of manager according to the report and Robinson fits the bill.
They want someone who is renowned for giving youngsters a chance and who can play high pressing football, both of which are key characteristics of Robinson’s Well side.
Millwall have been made aware of Robinson due to his achievements on a small budget at Fir Park.
He isn’t their first choice though, with the likes ex-Lions defender Kevin Muscat, Garry Rowett, Forest Green Rovers boss Mark Cooper and former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane all reported candidates.
After such a strong start to the season, the Northern Irishman was always going to attract interest from bigger clubs. The Well will just hope that any interest doesn’t become something serious.