Leeds head coach Marcelo Bielsa: "We think we managed to dominate large parts of the game. We had chances to score more goals and there were a lot of dangerous actions that didn't finish in shots that would have increased the number of chances we had.
"But as we didn't establish more than a one-goal difference and as we didn't convert any more of these chances, the final part of the game left a sensation that we were hanging on."
Sheffield United interim boss Paul Heckingbottom: "When the players give everything, when they leave everything on the pitch, you can't be too critical, and I've said that from the moment I started working with them.
"But the story of the game was we gave Leeds their best chances through giving the ball away and our lack of quality in key moments. That meant we couldn't capitalise when we were in good areas and gave Leeds too many chances on the break to open us up.
"It's been a tough season, but we have to look forward. We can't dwell on it, and that's the focus with me and my staff. Everyone's got a responsibility to finish the season with their heads held high and try to give as much as possible for this club."