However, England's current number seven refuses to get downhearted by negative comments and believes that hard work on the pitch will alter opinions.
Robshaw told PA Sport: "It's been no different from year to year. In fact it's been pretty similar for me for the past three seasons.
"The fact I've been through it before helps. After you've been through it a couple of times your shoulders get broader and you surround yourself with good people.
"There's no magic formula to this type of stuff. You crack on and work hard and you improve your game."
Robshaw scored a try in Quins's 26-23 victory over London Wasps on Saturday.