Manager Chris Wilder says Sheffield United can build on their point against Rochdale earlier this afternoon.
Chris Wilder admits Sheffield United's point against Rochdale this afternoon was "a start" for his new-look side.
Billy Sharp's second half equaliser prevented United slipping to a third successive defeat, after losses against Bolton and Crewe, and Wilder said: "It's a start. It wasn't our best performance so far but we picked ourselves up after their goal, which was a poor one to concede.
"It punctured us as a team after we started well again and it went from positive to negative quickly. But we had a desire to get something from the game and we did. It's a start and we go from there."