After struggling down at the lower end of the Coca Cola League One table with an absolutely awful away record, Gillingham manager Mark Stimson is hoping to minimise his woes with a good bit of brandy.
And also a good bit of Febian Brandy, the talented 20-year-old striker on loan at the Gills from Premier League champions Manchester United.
The England under-20 international has formed a formidable partnership with key player Simeon Jackson, the Canada forward currently courting interest from the likes of Blackburn Rovers and Aston Villa, according to various media reports.
The star striking duo have been instrumental in Gillingham's strong home record at the krbs Priestfield stadium, with Brandy having a big impact in his loan spell at the club so far.
He has scored twice in nine league appearances for the struggling Kent club, as well as making several assists for teammate Jackson, and winning numerous penalties.
Febian Brandy is due to return to Old Trafford in the next few days, but Gills boss Stimson hopes he can reach a deal with United manager Sir Alex Ferguson regarding the player.
"We've put a call into Manchester United to see if we can extend the loan," said Stimson, speaking to Kent Online.
"It was a long shot to get him to the club in the beginning and we surprised a few people by bringing him here."
However, the Gillingham supremo also expects there to be competition from other clubs in League One and the Championship for Brandy's signature.
"He's enjoyed his time here and hopefully we can extend it. I would have thought one or two others will be looking at him."