The 32-year old had his most successful spell with Derby County, where he managed 23 goals in 83 matches.
Robinson is also no stranger to Sky Bet League Two, having spent the last two seasons with Colchester United and Port Vale, netting 18 goals in 71 outings.
What to expect
A powerful attacker whose had his fair share of clubs, Robinson brings experience to Valley Parade.
With the options of Andy Cook and Caolan Lavery up top, Robinson brings knowledge of the lower leagues into the Bradford squad.
Robinson also shows pace up top, with an ability to get behind defenders and to poach the chances created for him, something which is ideal for the creative players like Callum Cooke and Elliot Watt.
It was never a secret that Bradford wanted another striker through the door, so Robinson’s arrival is welcomed.
Cook and Lavery are the only other strikers currently at the club, so Robinson brings a new option and much needed cover to a position which could become a liability if there was to be an injury problem at the club.