Danny Wilson was quick to praise the character his team demonstrated in Tuesday's goalless draw with Swindon Town at the County Ground.
Wilson commended his players for how they handled Town's direct approach and in the latter stages the Gaffer thought the Blades might have nicked a winner.
He said: "It was a terrific point and thoroughly deserved in my opinion.
"As the game went on we got stronger and more confident against a very physical Swindon outfit.
"They played back to front but we defended excellently throughout.
"We had to stand strong and to a man we did which is immensely pleasing.
"We only had one escape when the ball deflected on to the post, but when we showed more composure on the ball we managed to create a couple of chances.
"Neill Collins had an effort cleared off the line which might have been just over and arguably it was handball from Harry's rebound.
"I think it was a fair result, but it would have been nice if the bounce of the ball had gone our way in the final minute."