Rodallega had gone five games without a goal since moving to Craven Cottage, but ended the drought in Fulham's 2-1 success at the DW Stadium.
The 27-year-old told the Evening Standard that he is looking to form a strong understanding with new strike partner Dimitar Berbatov.
He said: "Berbatov is an experienced player who has been at amazing clubs such as Manchester United and Tottenham. That inspires me to play.
The Colombian gets another chance to impress Fulham fans this weekend when the West London side host reigning champions Manchester City.