(taken from skysports) Sheffield United are set to name Bryan Robson as successor to Neil Warnock on Tuesday. The Blades were on the lookout for a new manager following Warnock's decision not to extend his contract at the end of the season. Warnock failed to keep the South Yorkshire side in the Premiership, however, that has not deterred Robson's interest in the club. The former Middlesbrough, Bradford and West Brom boss has held talks with United and is now expected to be appointed with Brian Kidd his assistant. "I've had initial enquiries from Sheffield United," he confirmed to Sky Sports News over the weekend. "I said when I left West Brom in October I'd like to get back into the game. "I enjoy the management side and the coaching of the players. "Sheffield United are a big club and the type of challenge I'd be looking for."