The John Cumming Stadium gaffer celebrated riotously on the touchline as Rovers scored a 92nd minute winner to complete an incredible comeback from 2-0 down against 10-man Glasgow United to prevail 5-4 in Saturday’s astonishing home West of Scotland League Conference B encounter.
"I was going ballistic on the touchline when the winning goal went in,” Weir told the Carluke and Lanark Gazette.
"It doesn’t happen very often so I was doing cartwheels to be honest with you!
"I think that threat to quit a few weeks back was a kind of spur of the moment type thing. I’ve been there 22 years and I’m not going to walk away just as easy as what I was saying.
"The guys have picked up. I’m still bringing in some under-20 players who’ve stepped up to the plate and we’re grinding out results now so I’m delighted.”
Saturday’s game saw Glasgow go 2-0 up through a Greg Kane own goal and a Ross Barclay strike.
Glasgow’s Anthony Dempsey was shown a straight red card on 36 minutes for a bad challenge on James Frame and Rovers hit back after the break.
Goals by Dillon Duddy and Kane made it 2-2 but Glasgow went ahead again from the spot after a foul on Jordan McGrotty.
Duddy headed in for 3-3 before Barclay netted from 25 yards for 4-3 to the visitors.
But Rovers won it thanks to goals by Marc Smith and Dylan Dailly.
Weir added: “Brilliant, very pleasing considering our first half performance wasn’t up to standard. In the second half, to come from 2-0 down to win 5-4 was great.
"In the 15-minute spell at the end of the first half after they were reduced to 10 men I thought we would have taken control but we didn’t.
"Once I got the boys in and had a pep talk with them, they came out the traps flying.”
Rovers, who have won three league games in a row, visit leaders Cambuslang Rangers this Saturday, KO 2pm.