Tottenham goalkeeper Paul Robinson says he can cop the barracking from fans after his England clanger this week.
He said: "That's football. I've had criticism before after the Croatia game and I'm definitely a stronger person for that.
"I've been really pleased with how I've played for Tottenham this season and I'll aim to continue that.
"It is a huge test of character, as it doesn't just affect me. I've a wife and family, parents and you have to be strong for them - and I will be. My performances for Tottenham will continue to be good.
"Playing for England, everything gets magnified and everyone sees it.
"It's a difficult job being the England goalkeeper and I won't deny that. It's the best job in the world but some days - like the last couple - it's also the worst job."