Dean Henderson is optimistic the Blades will return to winning ways against Preston North End on Saturday.
Speaking ahead of the visit of Alex Neil's side to Bramall Lane, the Manchester United loanee says United remain full of confidence, despite a couple of games without a victory.
He commented: "Tuesday was really frustrating, Birmingham came and sat in and we found it hard to break them down. They came for a point did a job in us really.
"At Bramall Lane we want to play with speed, do things fast and make the game open and entertaining, on Tuesday it was tough to find any momentum.
"The more the season goes on and the better we do, the more likely teams are to come and play for the draw on the road and it's something we must be able to deal with."
Henderson added: "As a defensive unit we're always pleased to keep clean sheets, but personally I'd have rather let two in and us won the game.
"We must take the positives, take the point and move on to the weekend, hopefully we can beat Preston."