The Wolves manager believes that his team showed heart at Craven Cottage, and could have won the match by a greater margin.
"I was proud of my players. We could probably have done more on the break and found more goals," BBC Sport quotes Jackett as saying.
"In terms of the results so far, I feel we have deserved both our wins and we didn't deserve to lose at Rotherham.
"There's hunger and desire in the team, and they played with their hearts against Fulham."
The result leaves Wolves in ninth place in the Championship after three matches.