The AC Milan player has slowly produced some consistent displays for the Cottagers following his January transfer, to force his way into Martin Jol's starting XI.
With Fulham now safe from relegation ahead of Saturday's trip to Everton, Dutchman Emanuelson, 26, hopes to continue to enjoy a run in the team before a decision is made on his long-term future.
"I am enjoying it here. London is a nice city and Fulham is a great football club - it is very warm, everybody is positive, everyone has helped me a lot," Emanuelson said on the club's official website, www.fulhamfc.com.
"Now I am finding my way, I am starting the matches so I am happy here and hopefully I can go on in the last four games of the season.
"I would like to get a goal and end the season on a good note and then we will see what happens in the summer.
"I just want to perform well and show everyone at Fulham my qualities.
"It is good to play here and it is a nice team. Also, the stadium and the fans are fantastic, so I just want to show them my quality."
Fulham have never won at Everton since their return to the top flight in 2001.
Jol's men were unfortunate to lose 1-0 at home to Arsenal last weekend, having played most of the match with only 10 men following the sending off of midfielder Steve Sidwell.
Emanuelson is hoping for some improved fortune this weekend.
"After two defeats we really want to get a good result, but we know Everton are a strong team and still hoping to get into Europe.
"Our team is very positive because we played well against Arsenal and now it is time to get a good result again."Jol would like to retain Emanuelson, but suspects the defender will be keen to return to Italy with some valuable match experience.
"Urby is on loan here and is one of the few players whom we have not talked about the future, because I know it won't be easy to get a player like him," said Jol, who will be without Sidwell for the rest of the season because of a four-match suspension.
"He wanted to play, that was his first priority, it was not to go to another club, because AC Milan is a fantastic club for him.
"He wants to go back and then try to get into their team."
Jol knows his side will face a stern test at Goodison Park as David Moyes' men look to recover from last weekend's disappointing defeat at Sunderland.
"Everton are a very consistent team and, of course, rely on the big players. Marouane Fellaini, for example, if he is there they have got a little something extra," said Jol, who could have winger Damien Duff back from a thigh injury.
"Of course they have got that style with these full-backs, being very compact and very organised, so I feel that they have had a season that is more consistent than before probably."
Jol added: "Everton are always in the top eight - the top seven sometimes - but now they are getting stronger and stronger.
"I think that Everton could end up in the top five - they were even in contention to be in the top four."