The 2015-16 campaign was West Ham's last at the Boleyn Ground in the club's 100-year history, with the club making a move to the 60,000-seater Olympic Stadium.
"The Boleyn Ground is West Ham's history and our entire past is there," he told Standard Sport.
"It's going to be weird at first, moving to a new ground, but I reckon we can make it our home."
Having already won over the Hammers faithful, scoring the equaliser against Manchester United to help win the final ever game at Upton Park was one of Antonio's highlights last term.
"To be able to say I was one of the last players to score at the Boleyn Ground is a great achievement.
"That's something that I'm always going to hold to myself.
"It's the last ever game at the Boleyn Ground so we felt the nerves to get the victory so that we could send the fans home happy.
"We're going to make it a fortress and hopefully we can do what we did this year at Upton Park. Good things are coming," he said.