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We'll continue to attack, says boss

24 November 2017

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Chris Wilder insists the Blades will continue to bold in their approach, despite conceding five at home in midweek.

The Blades boss was keen to remain upbeat after the defeat against Fulham on Tuesday, as United scored four at the Lane for the second consecutive game.

He remarked: "We'd have liked to have drawn the games we've lost, but we believe in risk and reward.

"We've seen plenty of the Championship and a lot of teams like to sit behind the ball and play on the counter attack, but that's not us.

"What we do served us well last year and it hasn't served us too badly to date this season.

And Wilder is urging his players to remain positive, adding: "Results are everything now. The players aren't naïve though. We know how to see a game out.

"But if we're behind in a game we want to get level, if we're level we want to go and win it and if we're in front we want to stretch our lead.

"We're in the Championship and we've got to deal against playing against top players and top clubs, we've got our own approach and most people will like it.

"We're in an excellent position and I truly believe we've earnt and deserved all 12 victories."

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