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'No need to panic', insists Sheff Utd's Hulse

Striker Rob Hulse insists a return of just one point from three matches has not led to panic in the Sheffield United squad.

The Blades drew their opener against Liverpool but have since suffered defeats in London to Tottenham and Fulham.

They have back-to-back home matches against Blackburn and Reading coming up after the international break, providing the opportunity to land a first win since returning to the Premiership.

'We've only played three games, none of the lads are losing confidence,' said Hulse. 'We just need to wise up to the Premiership soon.

'We played well against Liverpool, did okay in the second half at Tottenham and gave a good account of ourselves at Fulham, although we want to create more chances and give ourselves a better opportunity to try and get something out of the game.'

Meanwhile, Blades boss Neil Warnock has stressed the importance of winning home games after two successive defeats on the road.

Warnock said: 'I'm enjoying it in the Premiership. It's a great league to be in and it will be a great challenge for me.

'We've had two tough away games in a row and come away with nothing. We got a point against Liverpool which nobody expected us to get so really we've got one point more than many people predicted.

'Three of our next four games are at home and we'll try to win them all. We'll stay up on our home form, if we do beat the drop.'