Olympian Jack Woolley says he's 'home' and 'well' after undergoing surgery after suffering injuries in an attack in Dublin.
He was brought to hospital after being punched in the face while walking along the Liffey boardwalk on Friday night.
Gardai say investigations are ongoing into the incident, and no arrests have been made.
The Olympian said he was punched just once in the face and believes his attacker mistook him for someone else.
In a post on Instagram, Jack Woolley says he's grateful for all the support he has received since the attack.
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He said he hopes the surgery makes his face more symmetrical.
He told his followers not to worry about him.
"I'll be alright," he said.
The Dubliner represented Ireland at the recent Tokyo Games.
Woolley was defeated in the men's 58kg by Argentinian Lucas Guzmán in the round of 32.