After more than a year without playing NRL football, Blake Ferguson returned to the field for the Roosters in 2015.

He played the first four games of the season before injury forced him to take a seat on the sidelines until Round 14.

His return would prove eventful though, when he scored the matching winning try against the Warriors to snatch a come-from-behind victory at Mount Smart Stadium.

Not missing a game the rest of the year, Ferguson spent the season finding his feet again at the top level, and was improving by the week.

Ferguson showed us glimpses of the electric centre we know he’s capable of being, and after a full year back in the league, there’s no telling what he will offer next season.

TOTALS:

Played - 16 | Tries - 7 | Running Metres – 1913 | Line Breaks – 12 | Try Assists – 5

STANDOUT PERFORMANCE:

ROUND 19- v Warriors | Running Metres- 235 | Hit-ups- 17 | Tries- 1 | Line Breaks- 3