Danny Wilson is refusing to take anything for granted against Stevenage on Saturday.
Gary Smith's team has won just twice in their last ten matches, losing the other eight, but the Blades boss reckons his players will have to be at their best to leave the Lamex with a win.
He commented: "It is always dangerous when the opposition is going through a rough patch.
"For every bad result they will feel they are closer to that elusive win. Let's hope it isn't at the weekend and hopefully we can capitalise if they are low on confidence. Gary (Smith) has had to cope with several injury problems, but I am sure they will be right up for the game at the weekend and we must respect that.
"All we can do is beat what is in front of us, it will be a hard game and it will be down to us to take care of our own business.
"We had some tough games with them last season so we certainly won't underestimate the challenge that awaits us at a very tough ground to play at. We must keep this run going because we are progressing quickly down the finishing straight.
"With all due respect, Stevenage will probably say they overachieved last season, they had a great run and it just escalated. To emulate that was always going to be difficult and ultimately they haven't managed to do so, but they are only a couple of wins off mid table, we know the importance of the first goal."