The Godolphin-owned colt got back to winning ways with another gritty display in the Prix du Moulin, banishing memories of his Sussex Stakes defeat.
That was his third Group One of the season over a mile and it is hard not to see him being crowned champion at the distance come the awards season.
Earlier in the campaign a step up in trip was mooted, but he will stick to eight furlongs at Ascot in the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes.
"He's come out of last weekend in great from and I'm very lucky to have him," said Fahey. "He's a very tough horse, he takes his racing really well and I'm very happy with him.
"There's nowhere else to go other than the QEII so hopefully we can get him there in one piece."