Often when Sale win, the national papers and rugby sites credit Danny Cipriani as the inspiration behind the Sharks' victory regardless of whether the fly-half's performance was a decisive factor on the day. It's lazy journalism designed to catch the general reader's attention by attatching the only truly famous figure currently at the club to any story about the Sharks.
Saturday's win will not be one of those stories.
Cipriani out-duelled his opposite number Jimmy Gopperth to kick all fifteen of Sale's points in a narrow but well-deserved victory over Wasps to leapfrog the recent London expatriates - and misfiring Bath - to climb to 7th in the table.
It is a much-needed win for Sale that should rekindle their recently dormant top-six hopes and one which hopefully suggests the Sharks underachieving demons of 2015 have been firmly placed behind them.
Lewis Hughes thinks that Saturday's win could end up being a turning point in Sale's season. Follow @SharkTankRugby on Twitter for more news, analysis and opinions.