The Thistle boss was singing the team's praises after Saturday's big win in the north east of Scotland.
Indeed, Stuart Davidson was so delighted with the Scottish Cup performance that he even sang some Spice Girls numbers on the bus home!
The in-tune Barrfields side are now shaping up for a league encounter at Troon on Saturday, 2pm kick-off at Portland Park.
And the gaffer wants full commitment going into these games, following the 9-0 rout in Angus. 
And the Thistle manager certainly gave his all on the karaoke on the bus home going up not once but twice to sing 'Wannabe' by The Spice Girls, before launching into 'Sweet Caroline' by Neil Diamond.
Davidson said: "It was some great camaraderie on the bus home, and I thought - why not!"
And the Thistle boss thought there was plenty of 'Zigazig ah!' about the zippy start to Saturday's match.
He said: "I thought we started well with three goals in the opening six minutes, you really can't complain about that. 
"There was quite a bit of travelling involved and we had pointed out the importance to the boys about getting off to a good start.
"We began the match with a good tempo and it shows you the professionalism of the boys. 
"We knew Arbroath were down at the bottom of the second tier, but games don't tend to go like that, so it was important that we were out of the traps early and got the early goals.
"You have to be on your marks, and it is the first time we have been through to the third round of the Scottish Cup for a few years."
"The style of football we are playing is good and I enjoy watching it, and that is why I had a wee go at the players at full-time as I felt we took our foot off the gas."
And the Thistle boss has issued a warning to his players against any sign of complacency, specially in a league like the Premier which is full of pitfalls.
"It is great that we are racking up some big scores at the moment," said Davidson, "but it is down to the style of football that we play, and I would urge the people of Largs and the surrounding area to come out and support the team. Why not along and enjoy some good attractive football, and the more the support, the more it spurs on the players too."
The Troon encounter will be a more reliable indicator than the Arbroath game as to Thistle's whereabouts. The Portland Park side were 5-1 victors over Lochee Harp.
Davidson said: "Troon have done well to get promoted and we know we are going into a tough game.
"Like ourselves, they have some experienced players in their side including ex-Hearts midfielder Christian Nade. They have a few good players there who will want to cause us problems, and they will have seen our scores in recent weeks, and will want to take us down a peg or two.
"But we will be well prepared and ready for the game as we are with every match we go into."
Mark Millar is back in contention after a two game suspension following his red card against Renfrew, while last season's top scorer Scott Adam is carrying a hip injury and hence why he was subbed at Arbroath.
"The tackles were still flying in," said Davidson, "despite the fact we were 6-0 up at the time, and that was why 'Addy' had to come off as the boy had caught him good."
"Hopefully Mark Millar will get a good weeks' training, but it gives me a team selection problem for Saturday, and makes it harder for me, but it is a good problem to have."
Thistle boss Davidson also praised Martin Orr for scoring in the north east - and described the winger as 'very reliable', and was also happy for John Carter coming off the bench to have an impact with a late double.
"Blair Docherty was unfortunate not to feature on Saturday and he has been a great addition to the squad and is hungry.
"For Kevin Struthers, he is on some great goalscoring form, and I rate him highly and that is precisely why I brought him back from Ardrossan (Winton Rovers).
"We also have Addy, Knowles, Carter and Ben Black - there are a goals everywhere in the side, and we create lots of chances too."
The Macron Scottish Cup draw third round will be made on Tuesday 9 October at 2pm.