After making a positive impact from the bench against Coventry City, Stephen McGinn is eager to contribute to reviving the Blades fortunes this season.
Ahead of Saturday's clash with Port Vale, the Scotsman says the players will be behind interim boss Chris Morgan if he remains in charge for the home encounter and are fully aware that with a new boss waiting in the wings everyone will have to prove their worth.
McGinn, who added that one win is likely to act as a catalyst for a improved run of results, remarked: "Personally I am enjoying working with Chris (Morgan), since he took charge last Saturday he has been brilliant with all the lads and has the respect of everyone.
"But when a new manager is installed everyone starts with a clean slate, he probably watched the game at Coventry and although there is not a lot to be positive about at the bottom of the league, we have to remain optimistic.
"It sounds obvious but the only way is up, we know we are more than capable of stringing a run of wins together, but now we have to stop the talking and let the results speak for themselves."