Chris Morgan insists it will be business as usual as he prepares the Blades for Tuesday's clash against Peterborough United.
Fresh from Saturday's first win since the opening weekend of the season, Morgan is buoyant about United's chances at London Road and the interim boss is refusing to look beyond the clash with Darren Ferguson's Posh.
"I thought we played like men on Saturday. We stood up to the challenge and got the win.
"We just had to win on Saturday, it didn't matter how we did it. The fans and the players were getting fed up of coming away from Bramall Lane with nothing.
"I spoke to the chairman after the game on Saturday and he just told me to prepare for this match (against Peterborough)."
On United's midweek opponents, Morgan added: "They're second in the league because they have a good side. We'll pay them the respect they deserve but we're going down there in a positive frame of mind.
"Peterborough are up there for a reason, but like when we play at Bramall Lane the emphasis will be on them to come and break us down.
"We know we can just sit back and take the pressure, but if we apply ourselves correctly then there is no reason why we can't cause problems going forward."