The Eagles left-back admitted he could have been forced to retire last year but has now returned to full training with Frank De Boer’s side.
A car crash in September 2016 led to the player being airlifted to hospital and left with a broken leg and jaw.
Soare said: “I heard you were looking for me. Feeling blessed to come back for my first training session with the first team.
“I want to say thank you to all of you for your love and support on this journey! I read every message and I hope to make you all happy soon.”
Soare said in an interview in December that the crash had changed his perspective on life.
“It has made me see the world differently,” he told the BBC’s World Service in December. “I can maybe lose my career.
“Anything can happen to anyone, we are all human and anything can happen to anyone.”
The Eagles begin their Premier League campaign on Saturday against newly-promoted Huddersfield, with De Boer set to make his English top flight debut on the bench.