The Colombia international believes that Fulham will be the "surprise of the season" and points to the quality of his new attacking team-mate as a significant reason why
The Colombia international was one of three forwards to join the club over the summer, with the Bulgarian and Mladen Petric also arriving at Craven Cottage.
Rodallega scored his first Fulham goal when deployed alongside the Bulgarian against Wigan and has hailed the quality that the former Manchester United player has to offer.
"Berbatov is a fantastic striker, he's been one of the best for many years now," he told the club's official website.
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"That said, the club has a number of talented attacking players with Petric and Bryan Ruiz also fighting for a place. The competition for a starting spot is really high but it's a challenge I enjoy facing."
Fulham host Manchester City on Saturday and Rodallega has set his sights on collecting three points from the defending champions, describing the Cottagers as the potential "surprise of the season".
"We all know the players that they have and how good they can be," he said of Roberto Mancini's team.
"But there's no reason why we can't get the result that we want. We're at home and want to add another three points to what we already have.
"I have a good feeling about the campaign ahead - we could be the surprise of the season"
"We are a very ambitious group and on top of wanting to do well for the fans, we want to make it a season to remember."
Rodallega decided against celebrating against Wigan, his previous club, but promised to display his happiness next time around.
"I was at Wigan for a long time, so of course, they are a club close to my heart," he explained.
"It was strange going back there, and even stranger scoring against them. But I'm a Fulham player now, and it meant a lot to get my first goal. You never forget your first goal for a club.
"I will celebrate my next goal, that's a promise. Hopefully there will be a lot more. It just didn't feel right, I hope the Fulham fans understood that. I was treated really well at Wigan – they were the club that gave me the chance to play in the Premier League."