Mark Duffy echoed the sentiments of his manager following the Good Friday success over Nottingham Forest.
The influential playmaker opened the scoring with a fantastic strike in front of the Kop end in the second-half and he thought the Blades were full value for the win over ten-man Forest.
He remarked: "We're happy with the result and performance. At this stage of this season it's about the points though and this was a crucial result.
"It was tough, but every game is in this division, regardless of the opposition and the heat added to it.
"We got the all-important first goal and then we managed to add a second which killed the game for us, so we're really happy."
Duffy continued: "It was a nice goal for me personally, I'm getting told to shoot more often so I did and it fell nice, opened up and flew in.
"I've spoken a lot with the Gaffer, the staff and a few other people and I've just got to let those shots go, I've got a decent shot so maybe I'll have to shoot more.
"Confidence is a big word in football and the last two games have knocked us a bit. But we enjoyed a lot of the ball and it was a matter of time until we got that second."