Scott Parker says his Fulham side have enjoyed a "massive" week in their fight for Premier League survival
"We set a challenge to the boys tonight to not get swallowed up. To worry about ourselves and put in a performance where we showed our quality. I think we did that. We showed our quality," said the Fulham manager.
"Like all these games it took one moment to win the game and it came from Ademola [Lookman] and he found the net.
"I'm really proud of this team because it's a huge moment. Not just this game but this week. It's been massive."
"This team have real belief and I want us to focus on us," Parker added.
"The quality that we have will ultimately get us results in this division. We are a young team who want to improve and get better. We have got something about us that you need in these moments."
"We had opportunities to get back into the game and didn't take them," Wilder said.
"And then we had a ridiculous VAR decision. I thought it was a reckless challenge from the Fulham goalkeeper. It's a penalty. Yes I'm clutching a bit but it was a penalty all day long. No question from me.
"I am completely seeing a different game. The stills and watching it in slow motion, how does VAR not see that? I don't care if he's being brave or whatever. It was a ridiculous challenge. Another fine margin has cost us."
Speaking on Match of the Day, pundit Danny Murphy also suggested the Blades should have been awarded a penalty.
"Fulham have got away with one and I understand Chris Wilder's frustrations," said Murphy.