Mark Duffy insists the Blades won't rest on their laurels despite Sunday's impressive Steel City derby victory at Hillsborough.
Reflecting on his contribution in helping United get one over the Owls, the experienced attacker remarked: "I was sent on to be a bit of pest and I'll be honest I cut inside and looked to square it initially.
"Nobody was really there so I thought I'd just hit it and I beat the goalkeeper for pace at the near post.
"To score at that end and to feel the adrenaline going through your body for that minute or so while your celebrating it was you are in the game for, there were some special moments on Sunday."
Looking ahead to the midweek clash against fellow high-flyers Wolves, Duffy says United won't take a backwards step.
He added: "We now have a big game against Wolves and we want to beat them too, we go out to be positive and win every game, regardless of the opposition and that won't change.