He kicked every ball, contested every throw-in and celebrated each goal like he was reliving his playing days, and that in itself tells a story and gives us a look into the mind of the manager.
There's no doubting that he was under pressure heading into the game, maybe not enough pressure to warrant thinking about a sacking, but enough to worry the manager after six games without a win.
And what a big win it turned out to be.
Even at 2-1, Jokanovic sensed their was an opportunity for Fulham to end that run, and in turn take a huge scalp in the form of the Yorkshire giants.
He didn't move from the edge of his technical area and, more than once, had a few words to say to the fourth official about throw-ins near his side.
His touchline antics were reminiscent of Jose Mourinho in his heyday, inciting the crowd with every movement he made, especially when he was off down the touchline after Ryan Fredericks and John Fleck clashed heads.
It was a Jokanovic we've not seen before, and one that suggests he was feeling a bit of pressure after Fulham's poor run of form and he will be hugely relieved to have managed to get the three points.
I'm surprised there wasn't a dent of his foot prints in the Bramall Lane technical area with the amount of time the boss spent there, but credit where credit is due, he helped see his side through a mental night in Yorkshire.
Fulham seem to have found that golden touch in front of goal - now Jokanovic needs to sort the defence.