Gills boss Peter Taylor expecting a difficult match when his young team travel to Bramall Lane on Saturday to take on Sheffield United

Peter Taylor says his side are fully aware of the challenge that awaits them this weekend when they travel to Bramall Lane to take on Sheffield United.

, but after a couple of encouraging away results of late, Peter says his side need to focus on how they can achieve a positive result.last weekend’s 0-0 draw with Walsall at MEMS Priestfield StadiumThe Gills are unbeaten in three outings following

He said: “It will be a tough game for us, they’re in good form and we know it’s a big test but I‘m looking for the players to take on board the Coventry performance.

“I went to see them play on Tuesday night and they rested six or seven players who I’m fully expecting to start against us – it’s a fantastic place to go to with a great atmosphere.

“We’ve got to make sure that we respect their strengths but then we need to say to ourselves where can we hurt them?

for 40 minutes and that’s what we need to do against them.and MK Donsagainst Coventry“That’s what we did

“Danny Kedwell and Stuart Nelson are the only two who will not be considered.”

The Manager believes the side are making good progress and conceded that with such a young squad mistakes may occur, however he remains adamant that the players will get better as they get more games.

He added: “I think we are progressing and if it means I come out after a game and say I’m disappointed with some of the things we have done then I’m only being honest and the players would probably be feeling exactly the same as me.

“What I do know is that we have a good, young hungry group who want to improve but there are going to be mistakes and we will need to learn from it.

“The most important thing is that if they make a mistake and take it the right way to improve for the next time then by the end of the season we will have a good player.”