The 23-year old is yet to become a frequent member of the starting line-up for his club but is often used at international level – a position he knows he cannot take from granted.
Vidosic is determined to be a player the national team coach can rely on and says with more time in the squad will only continue to improve as the Asian Cup in January rapidly approaches.
“I definitely want to work harder than ever and become a starting player for the national team,” Vidosic told Australian Football Weekly.
“There’s no better football than international and no greater honour than to play for your country.
“I feel very good when I go into the training camps. I feel really confident playing with the boys and they’ve all said a lot of good words about me, they’ve told me I’m doing really well.
“I’m still young and there’s still experienced players you can learn from, and not just football lessons but life lessonas well.
“When I go into national team camps I feel like when the starting eleven is announced, I feel as though I could be in there on any given day. But I’m just taking it day-by-day and I’d love to be playing a major part of the Asian Cup.”