Midfielder Tommy Rowe feels the Iron were unfortunate to slip to defeat against Sheffield United, as he felt they were the better side.Rowe and his team-mates slipped to a 1-0 loss against the Blades, but the Wolves loanee believes the home side were on top for the duration of the 90 minutes.
"For the majority of the game, we were very confident, and I think we played some of the better stuff," he told The Iron PlayerHD. "Apart from maybe the first five minutes of the second half, and perhaps the start of the first half as well. Other than that, I thought we were the better side."
Despite the positive display, the Wolves loanee stated United need to have more of a cutting edge in front of goal if they're to climb the League One table.
He says the belief is there, and it's just a case of transferring the form which has been shown in the FA Cup over to the league.
"We know we can score goals. We just need to be more ruthless in the league now," he said.
"We've played some good football at times, maybe a little sharper in the last third. But I do feel confident, we play good football, but we are disappointed with the result."
The midfielder feels the upcoming period of fixtures is massive for United, and he highlighted the importance of putting another run of victories together.
"The next two games and the beginning of January is going to be massive for the club and the boys," he stated.
"So we've got to get maximum points in the next two games, and go and push in the new year.
"We'll go into the Doncaster game knowing we need to go and take those chances, we're fully confident we can."
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