Senior members of the Commonwealth Games Federation have spent four days in Glasgow touring venues and the new homes where the athletes will stay during the competition.
They also had a range of meetings with Glasgow 2014 organising committee, the Scottish Government, Glasgow City Council and Strathclyde Police.
And Bruce Robertson, vice president of the Commonwealth Games Federation, said Glasgow is on course to deliver a world-class event.
He said: "The fact a number of venues are either completed or are nearing completion, provides the CGF with significant confidence in the ability of Glasgow to deliver a successful Games.
"These new venues are of a high standard and along with the existing venues, provide an excellent platform to stage the Games.
"More significantly, the venues provide wonderful community legacy and it is already evident how transformational facilities will be for Glasgow."
Mr Robertson had particular praise for the Athletes' Village, which after the Games will be converted to homes for sale or rent for local people.
He said: "The housing development and regeneration programme in the East End is a wonderful example of the Commonwealth Games helping build communities.
"The Village has the potential to be the best ever and a tremendous credit to Glasgow."
Glasgow 2014 Chairman Lord Smith said: "It is a great credit to the hard work of the Organising Committee and to our partners to hear the CGF talk of the confidence it has in all of us to deliver a great and transformational Games.
"There are real and positive impacts already being felt by individuals and communities in terms of jobs and training, new facilities and fresh opportunities
"There is a great deal of work still to be done and there is no sense of complacency. But we are in an excellent position. We are on time, on budget and on course."