COMEBACK king Tyler Weir has vowed to stick with Worcester City for the rest of this season and beyond.

The flexible full-back, who left for the third time in the past two seasons to accept contract terms at Gloucester City in November, made his return from the bench in Saturday’s 2-0 home defeat to Romulus.

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Weir stuck with Worcester in the summer of 2017 despite the club’s three-tier drop but got lured away by Hednesford Town and Redditch United with another stint in blue and white in between.

He agreed terms with Midland Football League rivals Westfields in the closed season before performing a U-turn and was among the pick of City’s stars when Gloucester came calling.

But despite penning a deal following the appointment of Chris Todd, his new manager’s tenure was short lived and by mid-January Weir had linked up with Halesowen Town.

Yeltz have since gone through their own change at the helm and with travelling to training at the Southern League outfit proving tricky, City boss John Snape swooped for a player who has declared his intention to stick around ahead of Saturday's home league clash with Boldmere St Michaels (3pm).

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“I will be around for the rest of this season and hopefully next season as well,” said Weir.

“It has been another one of those years where I have been back and forth for different reasons. I tried to get back to a higher standard of football.

“I could have stayed where I was but this is the club I want to be at now, I have been saying it for a few years and when I left I still wanted to be here.

“Different circumstances meant I had to go but I am here for the long run now.

“I have said I will be here next year and the club has too. There is no deal at the moment, just a gentleman’s agreement at the minute.”

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On his Halesowen departure, Weir added: “I didn’t have to go to training when I was there but the manager got sacked.

“Hughesy (Lee Hughes, Halesowen manager and former joint-boss at City) got the job and wanted me to stay but I could not commit to the training so I decided to come back to Worcester and enjoy my football again.”

The prodigal son’s reintroduction was hardly the stuff of dreams with a flat team display that left fans frustrated but Weir reckons patience will prove a virtue.

“We let ourselves down, we just need to get back to training and put this behind us so we can get back to winning ways,” he added.

“This feels like a totally new team with a few lads leaving since I was last here but we have a lot of younger players who can push on to a much higher standard than this.

“It is all about getting them some games and experience and then next season using that to help us push on for promotion.

“We want to win the league.”