The former Leeds striker is defiant despite an indifferent start to life in London.
The 28-year-old left Yorkshire for west London in an £11 million move (believed to be around £6m initial fee) this summer.
But the Scot says he has no regrets - and insists promotion back to the Premier League is still an option for Fulham.
“I don’t have any regrets. On a personal level I’m really enjoying it and it’s a good club to be at," McCormack is quoted as saying by GetWestLondon.
“I bought into the project here after speaking to the chief executive Alistair Mackintosh. The only thing I regret is our position in the table, but I don’t think that will take long to rectify
"There's definitely still a possibility of promotion. There's 100 points to play for and we are only 14 points off the top. It would be ludicrous to write us off.
“I think we’ve shown in the last three or four games what we’re trying to do. Kit has come in and has got us playing a different brand of football.
"Results have improved and people are walking around the training ground with a smile on their face.”