Matt Done believes Tuesday's dramatic comeback against Wigan Athletic could be a 'turning point' in United's campaign.
The striker netted a brace at the DW Stadium as the Blades rescued a point despite trailing the Latics by three goals with 24 minutes remaining and Done thinks that results epitomises the togetherness with the team.
The former Rochdale marksman commented: "Tuesday night was a strange one, with a real mixture of emotions. From the frustration and disappointment at 3-0 down to the delight and jubilation when we equalised, it was some fightback in the circumstances.
"Hopefully it is a turning point, a season changing game in some respects, as it was a big psychological thing to get a draw against all the odds against a promotion rival away from home.
"We can take positives from the game, the biggest thing is the character and determination within the squad and we could have even snatched the game on Tuesday in stoppage-time."
Looking ahead, Done is optimistic there is still more to come from the Blades, he added: "We had a strong month in December and despite losing to Peterborough the performances have been good.
"We are a confident group, we have got a strong squad that the Gaffer is always trying to enhance our options and we aren't too far away from where we want to be.
"There is still a long way to go and hopefully if we can keep chipping away on the teams above us then come the business end of the season we will be in contention for automatic promotion."