The former Manchester United striker is now looking forward to becoming a key figure in Martin Jol's attack at Craven Cottage.
"It was a great home debut," Berbatov told fulhamfc.com. "I had a feeling before the game that it would be a good day for the Team and me. And it's a great feeling. I feel satisfied with the result and my play, and all the supporters are happy as well."
He added: "It was my first performance at home and I felt good because I was on the pitch playing. When I'm happy great things happen, like today. I scored and played with a smile on my face. Most important for me is playing every game and when I can do that I give my best performances."