But unless Robinson shows signs of mental frailty in the build up to the Wembley Euro double header, he'll be in the side ahead of Portsmouth star James.
McClaren said: "I'll be looking for confirmation of the decision I have already made in training next week. I'll take on board what our goalkeeping coach Ray Clemence has to say but, ultimately, the decision is mine and I know what I plan to do.
"The goal against Germany was unfortunate for Paul and it could have been avoided.
"But I was pleased to see he reacted to the criticism in a very positive way in his next game for Spurs."