HE promised he would come back 'stronger than ever' in 2019 and now Warrington Wolves youngster Jack Johnson has plenty to smile about.

The full back posted on Instagram one year to the day after a horrific injury sidelined him that he's now 'fully fit' to play again.

The 22-year-old snapped his tibia and fibula during a training session but says after two operations, countless x-rays, scans and hours spent on the physio bed he's now recovered.

His post thanked everyone who had helped him at the club including his 'rehab buddy' Ben Currie.

He added: "Cheesy smile alert.

"So it’s a year ago today since I snapped my leg in half and I can finally say that after two operations, countless x-rays, scans, hours spent on the physio bed and in the gym that I am fully fit to play again.

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"MASSIVE thank you to everyone who has helped me through my injury!

"I’ve been lucky to have a lot of great people around me through the past year friends, family, everyone at Warrington Wolves and my rehab buddy Ben Currie definitely helped.

"Looking forward to putting this behind me now and looking forward to a positive 2019"

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Cheesy smile alert.. So it’s a year ago today since I snapped my leg in half and I can finally say that after 2 operations, countless x-rays, scans, hours spent on the physio bed and in the gym that I am fully fit🙌 MASSIVE thank you to everyone who has helped me through my injury!! I’ve been lucky to have a lot of great people around me through the past year friends, family, everyone at @warringtonwolves and @abbiewrenchx 😘! And my rehab buddy @benocurrie definitely helped👬 Looking forward to putting this behind me now and looking forward to a positive 2019💥

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