David McGoldrick insists he will never take anything for granted, despite enjoying a prosperous first season with the Blades.
Speaking after his brace paved the way for three valuable points at Hull City, the former Ipswich Town forward, admitted he's relished the opportunity given to him by boss Chris Wilder.
He remarked: "Each player knows how hard they have to work to be able to wear the shirt, I'm no different.
"With the likes of Gary Madine and Conor Washington coming off the bench, Billy Sharp, our record goalscorer in the stands, nobody is safe here and I've got to keep performing.
"I'd like to think I've contributed more than the 15 goals too, the Gaffer has recognised that so I just want to keep it going.
McGoldrick added: "I said to Billy after the game that I'm to catch him, but I've got a way to go! Scoring that many goals though is a privilege and hopefully there are many more to come."