Fulham boss believes the point picked up against Reading this afternoon will go a long way this season.
The Cottagers found themselves reduced to then men after just 45 seconds at the Madejski Stadium, after Tomas Kalas was sent off.
Fulham managed to compose themselves and limit the hosts in the first period, but their strong barrier was broken in the second half by Reading's Liam Kelly.
However, Lucas Piazon came on against his former side he spent time on loan at and grabbed a late equaliser to salvage a well-deserved point.
Speaking after the game, Jokanovic said: "For us it’s a great result in a very complicated situation.
"It’s not so easy for us to play with one player less in the game after half a minute.
“The team was very tactful, they defended very well, we all stuck together. They dominated us which is normal but they didn’t create so many opportunities.
“We were organised, and by the end we had played 99 minutes with ten men.
"hey scored a goal but we caught one of their mistakes to equalise the game.
"We didn’t have an opportunity to show our identity, our style, but we showed a different face.
"It wasn’t easy for Lucas Piazon but he finished it very well to bring us this priceless point.”