Salford flyer Daniel Vidot has described beating Widnes at Magic Weekend as massive as the Red Devils seek to reclaim a top eight spot.
Vidot crossed for two tries as Salford defeated the Vikings 18-12. It was the winger’s first tries for his new club in just his third appearance.
“It’s massive for us to be honest,” he said.
“Every game is a final for us pretty much from now on. That’s how we’re all taking it. It was awesome to get the win.
“The boys have been talking about it all week and we kept our composure.
“We were a bit lucky there with a few things that went our way in the first half but happy to come away with the two points.”
Vidot said he has had a shocking start to his Super League career after missing the first half of the season with injury.
But now the Samoan international is recovered and believes he will be back to his best in the near future.
“It was good to get over,” Vidot said.
“To be honest I was just happy to get on the field.
“I had a bad start for me, a shocking start, so I’m happy to be back on the field and I’ve got a couple of weeks now so the confidence is building.
“Hopefully I can get back to full strength soon.”