Martin Jol saw Dimitar Berbatov run Arsenal ragged on Saturday and admits Fulham are fortunate to have him on their side.
Fulham found themselves two goals down early on in north London, before hitting back to lead 3-2.
Arsenal were able to snatch a share of the spoils and would have claimed all three points had Mikel Arteta not seen a stoppage-time penalty beaten away by Mark Schwarzer.
Jol added: "I feel proud of the way we played because we started ever so well and to be 2-0 down was harsh. I thought we were equally as good as Arsenal, a good team at the Emirates with a lot of quality.
"We were disappointed to be 2-0 down and then we scored from a similar situation - from a corner kick, which they did as well and we knew that and we still conceded, which was disappointing - but the way we played in the second half we could have scored four or five.
"I thought we dominated at times in midfield and it would have been harsh if they had scored."