Danny Wilson is optimistic the Blades can get a positive result when they face Shrewsbury Town at the weekend and in doing so complete a league double.
United were 1-0 victors on the opening day of the season, with David McAllister, now a Town regular, the Blades scorer.
Looking ahead to the weekend, the Gaffer said: "Shrewsbury have changed a lot in terms of team selection since the opening day and likewise we are a different proposition.
"Graham (Turner) is an experienced manager, though, and his beliefs and principles won't have changed since the summer.
"They will be well organised, resolute and extremely hard to beat, especially on their own patch. Their position in the league means they will need some positive results to avoid being dragged into a relegation scrap."
On what he expects from his players, Wilson concluded: "We are always focused on our next game and Saturday represents us with another chance to return to winning ways.
"We need to concentrate on getting the best from what we have at our disposal and that is what we are trying to achieve on the training pitch.
"The lads must impose their abilities on the opposition and let's see if our rivals can cope with the expectation that comes as the business end of the season approaches."