Enda Stevens is backing the Blades to be a success in the top-flight, by maintaining a characteristic positive approach.
Speaking upon release of the Premier League fixtures on Thursday morning, the left-wing back is looking forward to putting his feet up in the coming weeks before roaring back into training at the beginning of next month.
He remarked: "It's time to go home, relax and clear the head. I'll have a week; ten days off and then tick over until we return for pre-season training.
"We've got about four extra days off, but after a couple of weeks, we will be itching to get involved, so hopefully I can enjoy a rest and then look forward to a tough season.
"He will give us all a chance to prove our worth, to prove ourselves in the Premier League, it's down to the players to grab that with both hands."
Stevens continued: "There will be players coming in, there will be more competition for places, but that's health and it's what got us here in the first place, we'll push each other on.
"Our mentality helped get us here and hopefully will help us stay here. We've got a positive changing room and it should really help us.
"We've got a way of playing, a unique style and I don't see too much changing. We're hoping to cause a lot of teams problems with the way we play and hopefully we can use the momentum to our advantage."