Coach Sean Lineen heaped praise on Dan Parks after the fly-half outclassed Scotland rival Phil Godman during Glasgow's 22-15 victory over Edinburgh.
Parks kicked three penalties and a drop goal, as well as setting up both Glasgow tries as the Warriors won for the first time at Murrayfield and the first time in Edinburgh since 2000.
Scotland coach Andy Robinson was in the stands to watch Parks and it would have been interesting viewing for the former England coach after he handed Godman the playmaker’s berth for the autumn internationals.
And Lineen is in no doubt Parks, who is the top points scorer in the Magners League, would have impressed the watching Robinson following his dominant display.
"Dan's contribution was absolutely outstanding,” said Lineen, whose side are top of the Magners League.
“Dan enjoyed playing on the wide open spaces today. And he showed that he can pass as well.
"It's up to Andy what he wants for Scotland, but looking at what happened you can see that Dan can control a game.”