Results over the Easter weekend have essentially seen three of the four play-off positions decided, with fifth-placed Nottingham Forest moving five points clear of Millwall in seventh.
Blades boss Paul Heckingbottom reiterated the approach United will take after Monday’s 1-1 draw at Bristol City, insisting his side will look to take maximum points from their remaining games against Cardiff City, QPR and Fulham.
And Gibbs-White, who scored United’s equaliser at Ashton Gate to avoid back-to-back defeats after the Good Friday shock loss to Reading, said: “The Championship is always tight. But we’ve got enough experience in the team to get us over the line.
“I believe we’ll definitely get there, and when we’re in the play-offs I think we’ve got a good chance of going up as well.”
A number of Heckingbottom’s squad were at United when they got into the Premier League last time back in 2019, before threatening to qualify for Europe and eventually finishing ninth in a lockdown-ravaged top-flight, while midfielder Ollie Norwood is aiming for his fourth promotion in as many seasons from the Championship after previous successes with Brighton and Hove Albion, Fulham and the Blades.