Sheffield United moved back up to second in League One and boss Danny Wilson roared: "We'll take some stopping."
The Blades have won 10 of their last 12 league games and fought all the way to claim a 1-0 victory against promotion rivals Huddersfield.
Wilson praised his players and said: "Some of the football we played was fantastic, and if we keep this run going we will take some stopping."
He added: "It's important that we have moved up to second but we need to be there in the last few weeks of the season.
"The boys can take a lot of confidence from this and the fans have been great. They have been with us all the way and there's a feel-good factor around the place now."
Huddersfield boss Lee Clark was downbeat but not downhearted after his side's performance.
"We have had a lot of pressure and created chances but it didn't happen for us," he said. "We have to take it on the chin, dust ourselves down and go again."
Town have no match on Saturday and Clark said: "I would have liked a game to get this out of our system but it's not to be.
"We have to bounce back but we can take heart from this performance. We have lost the game but hopefully we can continue with this type of performance."
Clark feels there is still a long way to go in the promotion race and added: "All the top six were playing each other and something had to give. There will be plenty more twists and turns and we have to keep believing in ourselves and each other."