Injury-ravaged Ryan Taylor resumes full training at Newcastle United

Ryan Taylor of Newcastle in action during the pre-season match between Cardiff City and Newcastle United at Cardiff City Stadium on August 11, 2012
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Ryan Taylor thanks Newcastle United's fans for their support throughout two injury-ravaged years after returning to full Magpies training.

Ryan Taylor has returned to full training at Newcastle United after nearly two years on the sidelines.

The former Wigan Athletic player, 29, has not played since August 2012 due to a cruciate knee ligament injury that has cost him almost two whole seasons.

"What a fantastic feeling it was this morning to be back out training with the team. Moments like that are worth so much to me and my family," Taylor tweeted.

"Thank you so much for all your support throughout my rehab, it's been much easier with the support you guys have given me."

Taylor, who can play at right-back or in midfield, has scored 10 goals in 91 United appearances.

Ryan Taylor of Newcastle in action during the pre-season match between Cardiff City and Newcastle United at Cardiff City Stadium on August 11, 2012
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