The midfielder was involved in all four goals against Fulham on Saturday, scoring the second, setting up the first and third and winning the ball for Teddy Sheringham to provide Sergei Rebrov's fourth.
The 29-year-old has battled back from Achilles problems at the end of last season and summer surgery in America to start all-but on of our 21 games so far.
His form earned an England recall from Sven Goran Eriksson and he won his 30th cap in the friendly against Sweden last month.
Boss Glenn singled out Darren as his man-of-the-match on Saturday. "I thought he was the best player on the park," said Glenn.
"He's back to his very, very best and back to being consistent and that is hard when you are a creative player.
"There were a lot of good things about his all-round play, the discipline we had to show defensively when they had the ball and with the ball at the moment he's playing with a bundle of confidence.
"He is seeing the picture so quickly and a big picture at that.
"If there are better midfield players in the country than Darren in the centre then we're in for a good World Cup if he doesn't get into the squad."
Glenn Hoddle insists Darren Anderton is back to his 'very, very best'.