England goalkeeper legend Peter Shilton says he can help Tottenham's Paul Robinson rediscover his best form.

Shilton, who played 125 times for his country, last night backed Robinson to keep his place for England's games against Estonia on Saturday and Russia a week on Wednesday despite recent high-profile mistakes.

"Paul has made basic errors in the last 12 months and I think that is down to concentration and technique rather than a lack of confidence," said Shilton.

"I believe he has the potential to be a world-class goalkeeper, but it's frustrating that he hasn't improved on the weaknesses he had five years ago. For me, the areas he needs to work on are concentration, footwork and his technique in dealing with crosses. But these can be worked on because he has the ability.

"I'm not talking about being a full-time goalkeeping coach, but if he ever wants to call I would be happy to share some advice."