David McGoldrick was happy to be in the right place at the right time for the second week running, to secure another three points.
Speaking after a late brace helped the Blades overcome Millwall at The Den, the in-form marksman was happy to take the plaudits, having also scored the winner against Preston North End.
He remarked: "It means everything, scoring goals is what strikers get judged on, my play has been decent but the goals haven't been coming.
"But I've scored three in the last two now and when the goals are flowing it gives you confidence, although I wouldn't say I was at my best.
"It's the goals that matter though, especially as it got us another three points.
"We've shown great spirit again, but don't want to be having to come from behind like that from 2-1, but we're putting points on the board and that's important."
McGoldrick added: "I'm happy to have got four goals, but I should have had a lot more, I've had loads of chances.
"I remember when I was younger I was told was by a high-profiled striker that you only worry when you aren't getting the chances because when you do you have to back your ability to finish them.
"With the chances we make, the way we play and the way we overload teams they will continue to come, it was a great pull back by Duffy for the winner."