"He's got to keep driving on and giving us another dimension at times in the way he can carry the ball in the middle of midfield," Jackett told the Express & Star.
"He has to maintain those standards and take responsibility to make the side as good as it possibly can be. He's a talented player and I've been pleased with his contribution so far.
"It's early days for him, and, like all of the players, he's had a bright start to his Wolves career but he needs to maintain his standards going forward."
Wolves host Swindon Town on Saturday.