Very very unlikely -
Good for You - from the album Toto IV, 1982
I Could Be So Good for You - Minder theme, ITV series 1979.
It's not an uncommon sound, though.
It's what I'd call 'Pub Rock with a hint of Chas & Dave' - well, the Minder theme, not Toto ;)
The music was written by Gerard Kenny, an American jobbing songwriter in the UK with sufficient background & experience to be able to write to a brief - in similar vein to such as Mickie Most & his school of writers, Nicky Chinn, Mike Chapman, et al.
(There's another guy wrote TV themes in similar style around that time - when I can remember his name I'll add him)
Personally, I feel the 'builder rock' genre simultaneously reached its pinnacle & nadir with Auf Wiedersehen Pet's intro - That's Livin' Alright & outro in quieter vein Breakin' Away [which I always felt owed a lot to Roger Daltrey's Giving it All Away] - though it possibly started with Whatever Happened to The Likely Lads - even allowing for the fact that was kind of doing a post-Beatlesque meets the Wombles thing too.