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The Scots lost every game in this year’s Six Nations but made up for that with a much-improved summer tour that saw them claim wins against Australia, Fiji and Samoa.
And Denton, who has never faced New Zealand in his fledgling career, is already itching to test himself against the best this autumn when Robinson’s troops take on the All Blacks, South Africa and Tonga.
"We're in a very good place right now," said the 22-year-old.
"The Six Nations was very tough. I found it difficult to get up mentally after each defeat.
"But I think that builds character in what is a young team and I think that showed when we went down south in the summer.
"Playing against New Zealand, South Africa and Tonga is going to take more than skill and ability. It's a massive mind-set thing and we'll need to show all the character we have.
"We truly believe we can beat the All Blacks but there are various things we need to do in order to achieve that.
"First and foremost, we need to dominate them physically. If we can do that, it might shock them.
"The forward pack will obviously play a massive part in that."