"I think he did more than he has ever done before in his life," the Dutchman said.
"He was at the back, he was in midfield, he was up-front and he scored a good goal so I was happy.
"We had a young bench and that is why I was so pleased with Dimitar."
Jol is now hoping former Manchester United frontman Berbatov can become the club's new talisman.
"That is a challenge for him," he said. "I think he scored 23 goals when I had him at Spurs.
"I'm sure that if he is fit then he will do what Clint Dempsey did for us."