David McGoldrick insists his self-belief and confidence won't be affected by not scoring, although he admits he is frustrated at recent missed opportunities.
Speaking after Saturday's reversal against Leeds at Bramall Lane, McGoldrick felt the Blades deserved at least a share of the spoils.
He remarked: "When we play at our best, we can be fantastic, we'll lose games like the Leeds one, so we aren't fantastic all the time, but we could have easily had more points on the board.
"It could have been different against Rotherham and Wednesday, Forest too, we should have got at least a point against Leeds, but we're in a good position."
On his own performance, the experienced forward added: "I've always had real belief in my ability. Perhaps thought with me being on trial before signing that I'd be coming in as a squad player, but I've had a lot of injuries previously and the way we play suits me perfectly.
"My biggest disappointment is that I've not scored more goals, especially in the last four games. I had the penalty, the one cleared off the line and at Brentford the goalkeeper made a brilliant save.
"I should be in double figures, but it won't knock my confidence, I'd only worry if I weren't getting the chances."