Chris Wilder was keen to remain upbeat following Wednesday's stalemate at Birmingham City.
United were forced to settle for a share of the spoils at St Andrews, despite been the dominant force after the break, after Michael Morrison had cancelled out Enda Stevens first-half opener.
The Blades boss remarked: "We're a little disappointed in the second-half, because we made all the running. They are a difficult team to play against, they give up possession and you have to try and move them around the pitch.
"Apart from a couple of counter attacks, I always felt it was us dictating and looking for the winner, without finding that last bit of quality in the final third, the final ball wasn't there."
Wilder added: "But we've gone right to the end again and if we have to do that at Stoke City in a few weeks times then so be it, this is us, whatever happens.
"This is our stock performance and if we can find that bit of quality like we have in the past couple of months then we will get positive results.
"Our attitude isn't to sit back and wait to get beat, we've got an attitude to go and get the winner and I can't fault that."