The Cottagers drew 1-1 with local rivals Brentford after Tom Cairney had given them the lead, but were pegged back by Nico Yennaris before Cairney squandered the chance to make it 2-1 by missing his penalty - the ninth Fulham have missed all season.
It's usually the team that has momentum that goes up in the play-offs, and Sunday will see two of the form sides in the division go head-to-head at a sold out Hillsborough and Jokanovic is looking forward to experiencing both Wednesday's stadium and his first play-off adventure.
He said: “I have never played in the Play-Offs, this is my first experience of this in the competition.
“It’s 25% chance for all the teams.
“We are going to play against more quality teams in this competition
“But at the moment I am thinking only about Sheffield Wednesday because they are the team we are going to play last up this season.
“When it comes to it we have enough experience to play against all the teams in the Championship, but in this moment we are fully focused on our next game.
“It is always important to have momentum, at the end of the day we are going to play at a historical place like Hillsborough in front of 3000 of our supporters.
“We don’t go for a joke, we are going to try and prepare ourselves, be competitive, push hard and try find our style, and try to win the game.
“With this game infront of us we can try push ourselves to a higher level."