Sheffield United manager Danny Wilson believes there is plenty more to come from his side after seeing them stroll to a 4-0 win at home to Bury.
The Blades extended their unbeaten league start following goals from Chris Porter, Nathaniel Mendez-Laing, Matt Lowton and substitute Erik Tonne.
Wilson said: "We were in command for large parts of the game. We've got slightly better in the games we've played. We're still not exactly where we want to be and I don't think we will be for a long time.
He added: "I still feel that we've got a lot of work to do in certain areas but when you win 4-0 at home you can't have too much to complain about."
Wilson is still hopeful of signing Rangers duo John Fleck and Kyle Hutton on loan after an administrative problem prevented the deal from going through before the transfer window closed.
"There was a glitch in the email which bounced back," said Wilson. "We don't know what's happening yet but we're still talking.
"We need to bring players in because we're quite thin on the ground, particularly in the defensive area."
Bury boss Richie Barker had no complaints about the result, admitting they were beaten by the better team.
"It was always going to be difficult and I'm just glad to see the back of the game to be honest because we've been beaten by the team I think is the best in the division," said Barker.
"They were better than us individually and as a team. Financially, and with the size of the club, we shouldn't be competing anywhere near Sheffield United. It was one of those games and we just have to move on."
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