George Michael feels blessed to have had such a successful career and claims he is ''the luckiest man on earth.''

The 50-year-old singer, who has released his first album in ten years 'Symphonica', had an emotional moment sat watching live footage of his recent tour with his family.

He took to Twitter this morning (10.04.14) and thanked fans for their support by writing: ''There are no words that can describe how much I owe each and every one of you, so I shall not try.

''I sat in my sisters house yesterday and watched ''Symphonica'' for the only the second time. I tried to see and hear it as others do.And I saw the luckiest man on earth.

''So much love given to one man.So many beautiful moments with family,friends,and all of you. I felt breathless for a moment.

''And as the words and music faded one thought played over and over again in my head.If only I had known,way back then,i'd have been one seriously happy kid. I love you. All of you...George Michael x (sic)''

George is back to his best after suffering injuries in a near fatal car crash in May last year when he fell out the passenger seat of a Range Rover on a busy M1 motorway near St Albans, close to London.

The star, who has also previously battled pneumonia, was airlifted to hospital - where he remained for two weeks - after suffering head injuries, cuts and bruises.

Despite his health problems, the singer signed a huge record deal with Universal Music last year and followed-up his 2004 record 'Patience' with his new album, released last month, which hit the top spot in the UK Album Chart.