The Norwegian hitman struck his second goal in as many games to open the scoring in Monday's fine win against Leeds United.
It's been another frustrating season for Steffen who was laid low between September and December with a serious leg injury and has been hampered since with niggling problems.
But he's back on song at the moment and boss Glenn insisted: "This lad has got such talent and can be such an asset to the club.
"We haven't seen the best of him and he's not shown his full potential because of his injury problems.
"What we've got to do is keep him fit. He's had a hard time and he's shown strong mental character to overcome injuries every time but we want to avert them and prevent them. That's the work we're trying to put in.
"He's got good pace, he can come off defenders, he's scores what we call 'ugly' goals as well as good goals and we've just got try and work on prevention.
"We need a strong squad and Steffen has proved he can score goals at this level. He has a bit of everything and I'm delighted with him at the moment."
Glenn Hoddle is adamant that we have yet to see the best of Steffen Iversen.