Chris Wilder says the Blades will approach the final 15 games of the Championship campaign with a 'fearless' mindset.
Speaking ahead of a busy forthcoming schedule which begins against QPR at Bramall Lane on Tuesday evening, Wilder remarked: "It's a hectic spell coming up, but regardless of the televised games, you have to adjust and get on with it.
"We just to look to the next game and going and winning that, things move on pretty quickly.
"I was delighted with the performance and attitude against Leeds and we rolled into Leicester and gave a very good account of ourselves on Friday night.
"We're disappointed we lost the tie, but we came away with a lot of credit and now we're looking to Tuesday with a fit and health squad.
"The players know the importance of the next six or seven games, we have to be in the mix by the time the international break comes in March."
The boss added: "The experience of last season will help, but every game in this division is a big game and as we proved last year we enjoy the pressure they bring.
"Leeds at home was a massive game, but how we went about it was fearless and we did what we could and needed to, to win the game.
"We've enjoyed the challenge and competition and we've grown as the season has progressed, there is everything to play for and we're delighted to be where we are."