Anderson scored late on to provide Ferguson with his first win as manager of Rovers, and the Scottish boss was effusive in his praise of the 20-year-old.
DF: Keshi Anderson is a player that every manager would want to work with. His energy, enthusiasm and talent is exceptional #DRFC— Doncaster Rovers FC (@drfc_official) October 22, 2015
Anderson was playing non-league football last season with Barton Rovers, but he has quickly established a reputation as a hot prospect since moving to Palace.
Doncaster have recently extended Anderson's stay at the Keepmoat, and he seems to have a big part to play under the guidance of Ferguson.
The former Peterborough United manager has had a part to play in the careers of Dwight Gayle and Lee Tomlin, who have both gone on to play in the Premier League, and Palace will hope that he can have a similar impact on Anderson's career.
Anderson has scored three goals in his first six appearances for Doncaster, who are currently lying in 20th place in the League One table.