KARL Robinson urged Dan Agyei to follow-up his game-changing display at MK Dons.

The Oxford United forward came on with 19 minutes left for his first action since a poor performance against Fleetwood Town on January 30.

The 23-year-old looked a real threat, sending one effort past the post and seeing his header saved by Andrew Fisher – moments after the Dons goalkeeper was only booked for bringing Agyei down as last man.

His most telling contribution came in the 97th minute, when he headed Anthony Forde’s cross towards goal for Elliot Lee to grab the equaliser.

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U’s head coach Robinson was delighted for Agyei, but called for more consistency from the striker.

He said: “I don’t hold grudges – this is the reason I get frustrated with Dan.

“I don’t know which Dan’s going to get on the pitch.

“It’s important he understands that he has everything, but he also has nothing if he’s not right.

“You can’t keep waiting for the coin to fall in your favour, you’ve got to keep doing the right things.

“He’s been working hard and deserves the plaudits he’ll get.”

Fisher’s booking was one of several occasions Dons lost the ball playing out from the back and Robinson felt his side were too wasteful.

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He said: “Because you get so many chances against these teams in the first 20 minutes because of their style, you don’t become ruthless enough.

“I felt we were a bit sloppy.

“We did everything right in phase one, but in phase two we let ourselves down a little bit.”

Robinson switched formation from a 4-3-3 to a 4-2-3-1 at Dons, with Elliot Lee in the No 10 role ahead of Alex Gorrin and Cameron Brannagan.

“We had to do something, because we didn’t look like we had control over certain games,” he said.

“I thought Alex Gorrin, Cameron and Elliot were very good, our back four looked strong as well.”