Berbatov the Cottagers' key man - Jol
Martin Jol claims striker Dimitar Berbatov has shown after just one home game that he is Fulham's 'biggest player'.
The 31-year-old Bulgarian hitman was snapped up by Jol from Manchester United before the transfer window closed at the end of last month and he immediately proved his worth with two goals on his home debut as the Cottagers thrashed West Brom 3-0 last weekend.
And, ahead of Saturday's trip to face Wigan at the DW Stadium, Jol claims Berbatov will be one of the first names on his team-sheet when he is fit unlike his time at Old Trafford when he was well down United boss Sir Alex Ferguson's pecking order.
On Berbatov, who scored seven goals in only 12 appearances last season, Jol said: "The big difference for him is that he knows, if he is fit, then he will play a lot of games.
"He's an important part of our set-up, of course. He's probably our biggest player.
"At Man United, which of course is a bigger club, it was maybe different in the last year or so."