"I thought Glen did well (against Arsenal)," said Pompey's manager. "He got stronger as the match went on, he made some great surges forward, crossed some great balls into the box and had some good shots.
"I think Glen Johnson, with work to get him right, is a player who can go on to become the England right back.
"He's got all the attributes. There's no doubt about that, in my opinion, he's a terrific player."