"We have a group who challenge each other and wants to attack every game in every division," Wilder said.
"They have shown that attitude for a long time. We haven't been unbelievably backed financially.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder speaking to BBC Sport: "I feel for David [Moyes] and the players. The same thing has happened to us a few times. But we would've been devastated if we'd have drawn that game.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp speaking to Match of the Day: "It's obviously good [to go unbeaten for a year] but the target was not to extend this [run], but to win the game. The best thing you can say when you play against Sheffield United is to keep the game not spectacular.
"I've been to see the referee and he has been honest about it. We make mistakes and I believe he made one too," Wilder told BBC Sport.
"It happened that quick and I thought he could have been helped by his colleagues a little bit.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder, speaking to BBC Sport: "We got our first penalty of the season, which is good - and we stuck it away successfully, which I am delighted about. It was not really one of our better performances but you have to give Nigel Person and his players credit.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder: "I have to say, Dean Smith and John Terry were in the tunnel clapping our players because they recognise our players' performance today. That's a class act and people won't see that but I want to mention it.
Norwich City manager Daniel Farke told BBC Sport: "I can't complain about the attitude, but if you make mistakes you are punished at this level. It is always a concern to lose a game and to concede goals.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder:
"Can we forget about that period, please? We just dropped off our energy levels. The old saying '2-0 is a dangerous scoreline' turned into 'oops, we're 3-2 down'.
"The most difficult thing for us was to match their energy," said Pochettino. "In the second half we were much better and matched them. I think they deserve one point.
"The reality is that, for different reasons, we are not showing the performances that we expect.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche: "The first half was unacceptable, it's as simple as that. Too many players were way off the mark.
"There were a couple of decisions that I felt went against that might have got us out of jail.