Febian Brandy is confident that the Blades will be in the League One promotion chase next season as he looks to 'excite' the Lane faithful.
The 24-year-old forward, who penned a two-year deal at Bramall Lane last week, with the option of a third, is optimistic that swapping Walsall for South Yorkshire is a career progression.
The former Saddlers favourite is keen to get to work, under new boss David Weir. Brandy commented: "Hopefully I can come to Sheffield United and produce something that will excite the fans on a consistent basis.
"It is a huge club that has hopes of returning to the Premier League in the future, but at the very least the Blades should be competing in the Championship.
"United have finished in the top six in consecutive seasons so it proves it is a club that will be there or thereabouts again and hopefully we can go better this time around."
Brandy caught the eye of many Blades fans last term and he was quick to give Unitedites what he considers to be is main strengths.
The Manchester-born marksman added: "I remember the game at the Bescot in March and a few of the Walsall lads told me it was that performance that got me this move.
"I have a direct style of play, I like to run at defenders and get them on the back foot, but like any striker I want to score goals. There seems to be a good bunch of lads here and I can't wait for the pre-season games to get underway in Scotland.