Speaking after making his 100th senior start for the Blades on Tuesday night, Harry Maguire is now looking forward to playing at the scene of his first competitive United goal.
After four consecutive wins in League One, United had to settle for a point against a dogged Leyton Orient outfit, but despite admitting the Blades disappointment at not winning, Maguire was happy with another shutout.
He commented: "Orient came with a gameplan to sit behind the ball, frustrate us and play on the counter attack.
"Unfortunately we couldn't break them down, despite having a few decent chances and hitting the woodwork.
"It was a frustrating night, probably more so because it was at home and we really need to win our home games.
"It is another clean sheet for us though, to make it four on the bounce; we just need to be a bit more clinical at the other end."
Looking ahead to the weekend, he added: "I have some fantastic memories of playing at Boundary Park, it was where I scored my first senior goal, so hopefully that is a good omen for Saturday."
There is a full interview available online for BladesPlayer subscribers.