Salford winger Daniel Vidot believes the Red Devils can keep climbing the Super League ladder and get back into the top eight after beating Widnes at Magic Weekend on Saturday.
The Red Devils edged the Vikings 18-12, helped by Vidot’s first two tries for the club. And Vidot insists that the Red Devils haven’t given up on a finals spot.
“Definitely, I still think we can do it,” he said.
“We just need to get a few more of them in a row. A few more victories for us and who knows? Every game is a final for us pretty much from now on. That’s how we’re all taking it.”
Vidot was playing in his first Magic Weekend after moving to Super League from the NRL. The former Broncos flyer said competing at St James Park reminding him of playing at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium.
“It was an awesome atmosphere,” said the 26-year old.
“It’s definitely one of the highlights of my career, an awesome crowd out there. The stadium’s awesome as well. All the fans get into it and it feels a lot better coming away with the win. It does remind me a little bit of Suncorp, a Sunday day match at Suncorp. It was good and I had a lot of fun.”