Wolverhampton Wanderers drew 2-2 with Bolton Wanderers at Molineux last night.
Rowe was a surprise inclusion for Wolves yesterday evening, as the Midlands side played out a 2-2 draw against the Trotters.
There were few positives about Wolves' display in the contest, especially as they threw away a two-goal lead, but Jackett was pleased with the former Peterborough United man’s performance.
“Tommy Rowe gave us balance after we have lost two players down the left hand side in Jordan Graham and Zyro,” Jackett said.
“He put a lot of effort into the game and gave us a natural width with his left foot which was pleasing.”
Rowe’s appearance for Wolves last night was his first for the club in the Championship all season.
It had seemed the 27-year-old was on his way out of Molineux, when he went on a loan spell to Scunthorpe United earlier in the season, but he may now be given one last chance to resurrect his career at Wolves.
Rowe’s contract expires in the summer, meaning that he is playing for his future at the club.
Rowe’s next chance to impress could come at the weekend, with Wolves set to take on Reading at the Madejski Stadium on Saturday.