However a shoulder injury picked up in the win over the men in green has put his involvement against France in doubt, the 24-year-old not being able to train all week.
But for Jones, whatever happens come Saturday, the displays from his outside-half rival in getting Wales to the semi-final cannot be overlooked.
"I thought he was outstanding, it's as simple as that," said Jones.
"Against Ireland his distribution was excellent; his balance in his game was top draw.
"Defensively he was sound and he controlled the game very well so I thought he had a great game.
"He is a very cool customer. He's an intelligent man. He works hard on his game. He's a good professional."