Joe Cole earned praise from his manager after a goal and an assist in Liverpool's 2-2 with Young Boys on Thursday.
The No.10 assisted Jonjo Shelvey's opener with a dink over the goalkeeper before scoring his first goal for the club since April 2011 with a composed turn and finish in the box.
Brendan Rodgers was delighted with his performance.
"Joe gave everything," said the boss. "It was a terrific pass to set up Shelvey for the first goal we got, and then obviously he gets his finish in the second.
"He's still not 100 per cent because [he hasn't had] the games but he was much better in the offensive part of his game. He was bright, he was clever in between people.
"That's the nature of the guys at the top end of the field. They've got to create and score goals. Jonjo and Joe did that."
Shelvey operated as our most advanced central player until Luis Suarez joined the action on 60 minutes.
"Young Jonjo in that false nine role did extremely well, and then we moved him back into midfield," said Rodgers.
"He was causing them problems floating in between the lines and that opened up spaces centrally for others to go in. We scored one in the first half and could maybe have had three because of his movement."