Coach Denis Betts praised his side's resilience after Widnes came from behind to beat Salford.
The Vikings won 32-18 on Thursday, adding to victories over London Broncos and Huddersfield Giants, to maintain their 100% start in Super League.
Widnes had produced a similar fightback to defeat the Giants six days earlier.
"I'd like to get to a situation where we don't have to do that, but you see a resilience and a character that will hold us in good stead," said Betts.
Widnes are one of four clubs - along with St Helens, Castleford and Leeds - to have won their first three fixtures in 2014.
After hammering London in their opening fixture, they turned around an eight-point deficit to beat Huddersfield on 28 February and trailed twice against the Red Devils before racing to victory in the final 20 minutes.
"It's a good start. You've just got to keep doing your best week-in, week-out," Betts told BBC Radio Merseyside.
"I know it sounds like a cliche, but we just keep turning up week after week wanting to put in a solid performance and being committed to what were trying to achieve."