Australia host Uzbekistan on Sunday under pressure to kick-start their misfiring Olympic qualifying campaign after a pair of unimpressive draws.
"But we haven't lost, either," said coach Vidmar, according to the Sydney Morning Herald. "Don't write us off yet."
But Vidmar insisted the 'Olyroos', who were frustrated by some heroics from Iraqi goalkeeper Jalal Hassan last week, were just one win from getting back on track as they lie only two points behind Uzbekistan in Group B.
"It was a missed opportunity," Vidmar said of Tuesday's game.
"Had we won, everything would have been looking fine. But we didn't, and that's disappointing. But it's not the end of the world, we'll have a much better idea after Sunday at what sort of position we are in."
The top teams from three groups gain an automatic ticket to London 2012, while the second-placed sides enter a round-robin with the prize of a play-off against an African nation.
Source: AFP Global Edition