Stefan Scougall hopes the excellent start to his Blades career was just the beginning, as he looks to pick up from where he left off when the first ball is kicked in anger this time around.
The 21-year-old, who arrived from Livingston in January for an undisclosed fee, instantly became a favourite with the Bramall Lane faithful, scoring three times in 17 starts, including in the FA Cup semi-final against Hull City at Wembley.
Scougall admits his time in South Yorkshire has been a dream to date, but appreciates last season will count for nothing when the new campaign gets underway against Bristol City on 9th August.
He commented: "I really enjoyed the end of last season. The Club was just starting a fantastic run when I joined and we never really looked back.
"We could have gone all the way in the FA Cup on another day and narrowly missed out on the play-offs, having been in the bottom four in February.
"Personally I was delighted with how I settled in, but now I need to work hard and improve further to make sure I continue to develop and contribute to the success of the team in the months ahead."
Scougall is also looking forward to working with former Livi team-mate Marc McNulty again, after the striker joined the Blades earlier this summer, adding:
"Marc is an excellent finisher, who without putting too much pressure on him, will score goals if the chances are created.
"I spoke to him before he signed, but this Club doesn't take much selling to anyone and I just hope we get the chance to link-up together on the pitch again, because we both know each other's games inside out really."