Having made six transfers over his previous two Gameweeks, Jamie O'Neill decided on a change in policy.
He resisted making further tweaks, remaining loyal to his "John Bonjella" line-up, content that the chosen XI could bring about a transformation in his season.
Ranked outside of the top two million ahead of Gameweek 6 it was a leap of faith that was to pay off rather dramatically.
A member of the Liverpool fan League, Jamie demonstrated unshakable faith in Jurgen Klopp's charges, recruiting Philippe Coutinho (£8.2m) in Gameweek 4 to sit alongside Adam Lallana (£7.2m) and Sadio Mane (£9.0m) in his midfield.
That trio combined to deliver 36 points, an impressive total but one that was surpassed by a single player in his team.
Perseverance was the key factor behind Jamie benefiting from the Arsenal full-back's points, but Joe Allen's (£4.8m) 11-point haul called for pure inspiration.
Found in only 1.2% of squads ahead of the weekend, the Stoke City midfielder became an unlikely hero for both Mark Hughes and his FPL owners - Jamie included.
The eventual Gameweek 6 tally of 115 points boosted Jamie's rank by almost two million places - he's now sitting 148,321 overall.
Another reminder that sometimes resisting transfers and opting for a settled line-up can reap big rewards.
Jamie's Gameweek 6 triumph is a testament to stability.