The midfielder has been named in Sven Goran Eriksson's England squad for the friendly against Holland in Amsterdam on Wednesday.
On target in Saturday's win against Leicester City, Darren has been in outstanding form of late and appears to have shrugged off the injury problems that have plagued him in recent seasons.
"Darren was outstanding," said a delighted Glenn. "It was great goal, like a Gary Lineker strike, half-turned and bang, it was in the back of the net before you knew it.
"It was a terrific strike and a player of his calibre, something you do when you're at your best.
"When you are playing at your best you are confident and it was another great performance.
"He's in that squad, hopefully he'll get a game and goes in the summer, he can't do more than he's doing."
The 29-year-old has featured in all-but one of our games this season and recently put together a run of 26 consecutive starts during which his confidence and influence has grown and grown.
"He's very confident," added Glenn. "He's pulling the string for us.
"What's important though, and he's said it himself, is that he's got other players to play with now on the same wavelength. That's important for a player in midfield.
"There is a long way for us to go and we're slowly getting there but if Darren can maintain that form over a long period of time I'm hoping he'll get the success he stayed here to get."
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Glenn Hoddle insists Darren Anderton cannot do more than he's doing to book his place in this summer's World Cup finals.