Injuries has meant that the boss has had to swap and change his side throughout the season and hasn't been able to select a consistent XI yet, and it looks unlikely he will be able to do so in the coming week as Fulham face Bolton, Bristol City and Wolves in the space of six days.
It's a tough period for the Whites, and although Jokanovic is only focusing on Bolton on Saturday he admits he will have to manage his squad carefully on the coming week.
He said: “We must be thinking about the more important game, and that is always the one immediately in front of us.
“We must manage this game on Tuesday, for different reasons I have some players who haven’t been working as much in the last few weeks and I know what is my preference for which players I would prefer to use during the game but in this moment I must manage this situation well.
“First of all we must finish the Bolton game and then look to the Bristol game - it’s not time to talk about Bristol and we must be fully focused on Bolton.
“At the same time, I’m only thinking of Bolton but I must also care about the next game too."
Bolton lie bottom of the Championship but have picked up four points from their last two games, including a win against Sheffield Wednesday and a draw with QPR, and Jokanovic is expecting a physical test is awaiting his side on Saturday.
He added: “They started winning some points in the last two games.
"They’re a tall, strong, physical team who will probably try and catch us at some set-pieces or in some offensive transitions without so many players.
“They compete very well with many tall people. I expect they’re not going to fight for possession of the ball, they’re going to try and be organised in defence and try to make fast attacks.
“They’re probably going to decide to press our build-up with many people, and we have prepared the team for this kind of situation.
“We know a tough game is in front of us but it’s a great chance for us to be available and motivated and aggressive enough to win three points."