The Welsh international set-up Teddy Sheringham's opener in the 1-1 draw against West Ham and roasted Hammers' Vladamir Labant to such a degree on Saturday that the Slovakian international was hauled off after only an hour.
That display came in the right wing-back role Simon is getting more and more accustomed to and that versatility is another bonus for the boss.
Glenn beamed: "Simon is going to get better and better and, for me, that was one of his best 90 minutes he's put in. He had a consistency about his game and his pass for the goal was exquisite.
"The good thing about Simon is that he can play in a few positions for us. He can play out wide, he can play tucked in and off the front a little bit with his runs from deeper positions.
"He's got many, many talents to his game and he's going to progress as he gets experience.
"He's got a lovely attitude towards his game, he wants to learn, and is playing with good players around him.
"He has been terrific for us, he's growing in stature and improving as a player. He's got masses of potential to get better and better."
Glenn Hoddle insists midfield dynamo Simon Davies will get better and better.