David Brooks says he is unfazed by the pressure of playing in the Championship.
Speaking after his full league debut against Norwich City at the weekend, he remarked: "I'm proud to play for Sheffield United and I just want to play as much as possible, I don't look at the Championship and feel nervous, I just want to play football.
"It's quite easy to play in front of this crowd, they want you to do so well and are always right behind you.
"I'm delighted to be part of the group and I'm just looking to kick on."
Of Saturday's loss against the Canaries, Brooks added: "We just lacked a bit of quality in the final third, we got there enough times, we just didn't have that composure at times.
"When I got through I knew what I wanted to do, but I changed my mind and it was a good save. I should have scored though."