Stephen's decision to let club allegiance drive his team selection sparked a triumphant weekend.
A member of the West Ham United fan league, Stephen went into Gameweek 22 boasting three members of Slaven Bilic's squad.
That trio of attacking assets proved pivotal in building an unmatched FPL points tally.
Collectively, the West Ham contingent provided 27 towards a total of 116 points; a hugely impressive tally considering Liverpool's Adam Lallana (£7.6m), with just two points, was Stephen's chosen captain.
Once again with the weekly winner, the Bench Boost chip was used to reinforce the starting XI.
Foster was one of three West Brom defensive assets in his squad, as Stephen profited handsomely from a first Baggies clean sheet since Gameweek 12.
The attacking potential of Chris Brunt (£5.0m) and Gareth McAuley (£4.9m) was also realised, with a goal and assist adding to The Hawthorns haul, as a total of 32 points was gathered from the 2-0 win over Sunderland.
Elsewhere, Liverpool’s Roberto Firmino (£8.4m) had provided only a single goal since he arrived in Stephen’s squad back in Gameweek 12.
But unwavering belief in the Brazilian had remained and, part of his substitutes, Firmino added 14 points to Stephen’s Gameweek total following a brace in the 3-2 defeat to Swansea City.
Now ranked 143,515 in his seventh FPL season, Stephen’s trust in West Ham’s attack, along with West Brom’s profitable victory, sealed the FPL Manager of the Week award.
Stephen wins a copy of FIFA 17, a Nike Ordem 4 match ball and an FPL mug, all packaged in a Fantasy Premier League rucksack.