Dean Henderson is in typically confident mood ahead of Saturday's home clash against Steve Bruce's Aston Villa.
Speaking after United's annual photocall at Bramall Lane, the Manchester United loanee insists the Blades will be positive at the weekend.
He remarked: "Villa have got some very good players and they will be strong in all departments. But it is up to us to take the game to them, have a real go and make them feel uncomfortable and I don't see why we can't beat them.
"Their ability is there for all to see, so you know they will be strong in this division. But it is all about us, it's about what we do and if we can repeat the Bolton performance every week then we can really push on."
Henderson added: "We could have beaten Swansea on another day and even at Middlesbrough we had chances in the second-half.
"Things can take time to gel and we lost a couple of games, but last season we had a similar start. This is a marathon not a sprint and we will stick together through the good times and bad.
"Fans will get downhearted when we lose games, but we knew what we needed to do, and I believe we can go from strength-to-strength and do really well."