Sheff Utd remain in second place after draw

Sheffield United boss Danny Wilson was not too disappointed with the point gained from his side's 1-1 draw at Colchester.

Sheffield United boss Danny Wilson was not too disappointed with the point gained from his side's 1-1 draw at Colchester.

The Blades strengthened their grip on second place in League One and lie two points ahead of local rivals Sheffield Wednesday.

Wilson said: "We're disappointed in the goal we conceded, but not by the finish, because it was a magnificent finish.

"We had the lion's share of possession and got into some good positions, but we haven't tested them enough, if I'm quite honest. But this could be a very good point for us come the end of the season, who knows."

Wilson added: "If you said to us we'd be in second place like this at the end of the season, we'd more than gladly take it.

"But we still have a lot of work to do - we're two points in front [of Sheffield Wednesday] but that can be turned around pretty quickly."

 
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