The 20-year-old was out for two months after dislocating his shoulder early in the season, before facing another six weeks on the sidelines due to a leg injury sustained in January.
However, the England youth international has featured in Fulham's last four games, including a 2-1 win at Preston North End last time out.
"It's been a difficult time for me, being injured for so long, but I'm happy to be back and playing now," Ojo told the club's official website. "I'd like to be playing more but I've got to be patient and hopefully I'll start to get more game time.
"It's been a tough spell for us. We played a lot of great teams but we've come through it really well. We haven't lost in 15 games, we're in good form now so we've got to keep it up.
"Preston was a massive win for us. We have good momentum now in our push for promotion. On Saturday we'll be trying to get another three points against QPR."
Fulham, who are currently fourth in the Championship table, face 16th-placed Queens Park Rangers at home on Saturday.