Neill Collins describes Danny Wilson as one of the best managers he's ever played for and believes the Gaffer's achievements at Bramall Lane perhaps haven't been endorsed enough, as yet.
Collins, who has been instrumental in the Blades success under the aforementioned manager, says Wilson and his coaching staff are up there with the very best he has come across.
The Scotsman commented: "He (Danny) is by far one of the best managers that I've ever worked for.
"The same goes for his backroom staff like Frank (Barlow) and Morgs - they've all done a really good job and been absolutely different class.
"The manager has done a fantastic job by doing things slightly differently. There was a lot of change over the summer but he's kept us on an even keel."
Talking about how Wilson's record with the Blades hasn't been fully recognised, Collins continued: "The manager has to take huge credit for where we are at the moment; the job he has done has been remarkable.
"He's very level-headed and down-to-earth, which are among the reasons why we've stayed towards the top of the table for so long over the past two seasons."