The Villans will be playing Championship football next season.
The Villans' relegation to the second tier was confirmed on Saturday afternoon as a 1-0 loss to Manchester United ended their stay in the Premier League.
It brought about an end to what has been a disastrous campaign for the club, with former managers Tim Sherwood and Remi Garde both failing to turn them into a winning side.
Many are predicting a tough season for Villa next year in the Championship, with questions over the quality of their current squad and whether they will be able to compete.
Robinson though, who is currently on loan at Preston North End, has predicted a bright future for his parent club.
Gutted for the villa boys yesterday But will come back much stronger next season and be back where a big club like Aston Villa should be— Callum Robinson (@CallumRobbo37) April 17, 2016
It will however be interesting to see if Robinson is one of those given his chance to impress in the first team.
The general consensus is that the club should turn to their youngsters next season, with their youth setup having been a successful one over the years.
Robinson is among those who would fancy his chances of earning a place, although a report from the Birmingham Mail recently suggested he could be allowed to leave.