The Cottagers played five times in the space of 14 days in a gruelling period, yet they still managed to win two and draw two, losing just the once.
Several of Fulham’s stars jetted off for international duty, with Tom Cairney winning his first cap for Scotland while Stefan Johansen was named Norway captain, but Jokanovic was pleased with the work the remaining members of the squad did over the break, concentrating on physical training.
He said: “ “It’s good this international break arrived at a good moment for us, in general.
“We weren’t completely poor as I was working with only eight or nine players in first week, and after so many games, we used this part for recovering the team and for some physical jobs.
"We were working on many tactical things during these two weeks.
“I believe we use this period well - people from international break come back to Fulham safe without physical problem and I expect we are going to be ready for challenge that is in front of us.”
Tim ream arrived back from the US squad early yesterday morning, while Scott Parker and Lucas Piazon will both miss the Rotherham game with injury.
He added: “This morning Tim Ream came back from a very long trip from Panama.
“Scott Parker and Lucas Piazon are still not ready to help us in the game that is in front of us.”