Harry Redknapp sensed Roman Pavlyuchenko might produce something special against West Ham.
The Russian hitman did just that within 10 minutes of entering the fray as a substitute in the second half to secure a 1-0 win at the Lane on Saturday.
Roman linked-up with Luka Modric, turned James Collins inside the box and angled a low shot into the corner beyond Robert Green for the winner.
It was a key victory as we try and catch the Hammers for seventh place in the Premier League - we're now ninth, just three points adrift.
"At half-time I made up my mind that I would get Pav on very quickly," reflected Harry.
"Darren Bent's been great for us lately and worked hard but I felt ‘let's try something different'.
"So we brought Pav on knowing he's capable of turning a game with something special and that's what he did.
"His home form is very good and he's scored some decent goals. That's what he's capable of. Technically, he a top-class player."