Chris Wilder says the Blades must take Tuesday's defeat at Fulham 'on the chin'.
United were beaten by three goals at Craven Cottage, against a side chasing automatic promotion and Wilder admits his side must learn lessons from the loss.
He remarked: "We're all learning as we go. Personally I'm learning tactically, I wanted to play that team and for the first 10 or 15 minutes we were on top and making chances.
"But we've got to get better, we've got to keep improving technically on the training and getting better both individually and collectively.
"Hopefully the experience from this season, coming to Fulham on a Tuesday night in March, when it's fifth versus eighth, acts as a learning curve for everyone, me included."
Wilder added: "We have to take it on the chin and bounce back on Saturday. Technically, Wolves and Fulham can really hurt you and we have different challenges ahead of us in the remaining 11 games.
"The pleasing thing is we didn't throw it in, we didn't drop our heads and roll over."