Ferguson has been banned for two games with a further two matches suspended until the end of next season, for his comments made about referee Alan Wiley’s fitness earlier this season.
“We have big games coming up, especially after Chelsea moved five points ahead of us and now the next three or four games are very important to us,” Vidic told Sky Sports News.
“I hope we show the character to win the games without him (Ferguson).
“But we know what is waiting for us and what he expects of us and nothing changes. During the game you are focused and you don’t look over to the bench.
“In that aspect I don’t think there will be a big difference. Everything he sees he will have contact with the second coach and he will be there.”