Burnley boss Sean Dyche: "I'm certainly not disappointed. We are maximum stretch at the moment with the squad. I thought we were very competitive in awkward conditions and made chances that should really have got the game done.
"Fair play to Sheffield United, they have some resilience to them, which we have seen all season. They got some luck as well with the corner and delivery as it has got a little nick.
"Normally players coming out of an injured spell would have reserve games but we can't do that. We just have to get them involved.
"Seven points from the four games is acceptable. All you can ask is for players to give you everything and they certainly are."
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder: "I didn't think it was a game with a lot of quality. Conditions didn't help - blustery and a dry pitch. But it is always going to be difficult coming here. There was never going to be anything handed out to us.
"They (Burnley) get over disappointment quickly, are consistent in their attitude and performance and they always turn up. The hard part now for us is to match what they have done. We have to emulate it.
"John (Egan) has missed some chances this season. It is an area we have looked at. We should be a bit more of a threat."