Jordon was the last player to play in the NRL before he returned to the game.
“I’ve got the same feeling, I’ve got a lot of confidence in myself,” he said.
Scott, who scored 20 points in his comeback game, was back in the first game of the season against the Panthers at ANZ Stadium.
He kicked two goals and had four tackles.
The 28-year-old has been training with the club’s squad and he’s expected to play against the Roosters on Saturday.
Brett Morris said Scott would be a key player for the Rabbitohs.
“We’ve got one of the strongest front-row combinations we’ve had in a while, and he plays a lot.
It was important for us to get him back.”
He’s been working really hard.
He’s not been on the bench much.
“But, as he got more comfortable with his body, he felt a little bit better and then he played against the Storm last week.”
Morris said Scott was back to playing his best footy.
It’s been great, he’s come in really well.
We’ve had a lot more confidence in him now and he’ll be a big asset to us.”
Rabbitohs: Niluau; Rolitoa, Mbye, Lomu, Cooper, Brown, Cooper-Woolley, Bunn, Walker, Cuthbert, Scott; Mowen, Parramatta, Coote, Cooper.