Sheffield United 3-3 Fulham: What Wilder said

Chris Wilder, spoke to Match of the Day after Sheffield United's draw with Fulham: "I don't think my team could've given anymore, especially in the second half where we went after the game.

"It was a slow start from us and was important we reached a clean sheet at half-time. We gave ourselves a foothold to get something out of the game and in the second half we grew in belief, scored a couple of goals and thought we were on the way to a valuable three points.

"You look at the players they are bringing on and Fulham had that ability to just give themselves a bit of an extra push and we were on the back foot. A massive moment was the fourth goal and if we had got that maybe it would've given us a better opportunity.

"I'm delighted with the attitude but obviously the result is difficult to take. Being 3-1 up, you expect your team to see the game out. The goals are poor from our point of view, with a set piece yet again.

"We were 2-0 up at Bournemouth and got done by a set piece and that gave them an opportunity to get back in the game and it was the same again. The timing of their goals were not great from our point of view.

"We will take a point and every point in the Premier League is big."

On 16 minutes being played in additional time at the end of the second half: "I'm not going to get involved in any controversy in terms of my opinions as it has already cost me. I'm a hard-working lad from Yorkshire that works hard for his money and I'm not prepared to give that money to the Premier League or anyone else."