George Baldock is backing the Blades to pick up where they left off in the Premier League and FA Cup, as and when the current season resumes because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Speaking recently, the wing-back who has played every minute of United's 28 league games this term, insists the players, driven by the management, want to finish off a job they've impressive started.
He commented: "We're still fighting on two fronts and it's been brilliant. We're in a position which nobody thought we would be and we just want to get back out there and continue what we were doing.
"We're waiting for the Government to say it's safe and we fully understand that. If we can get going again, the boys will be firing on all cylinders to keep proving people wrong and push on.
"It's been a great journey, when we got promoted to the Premier League, we were in a local bar as a team and we had fans coming up to us almost in tears, grown men saying with the amount of heartache they've had to endure over the years and to be back in the top-flight is something really special.
"The United fans are so passionate, so loud, home and away they are different class and to be able to get them back to where the club belongs is the most important thing and long may it continue."
Baldock added: "I've been playing FIFA with Lys Mousset, who apparently is the best player at the Club, got dealt with the other day.
"I've been doing a bit of yoga, which is something I've thought I've always needed to do but never got round to it, so that's helped."