Michael Bibi has confirmed he is cancer free following six months of treatment.

The English DJ and house music producer, 33, announced the news via social media on Wednesday.

"After 6 months of fighting I leave hospital officially in remission with no cancer in my body," the Solid Grooves label founder wrote. "To every person that sent me the support, energy & strength to fight I thank you from the bottom of my heart & to the staff @royalmarsden for literally saving my life I will forever be in your debt. Thank you so much."

Bibi's carousel included pictures with staff at The Royal Marsden's Oak Cancer Centre in London, where he could be seen hugging the nurses before his departure.

"I'm still very tired, I'm on a lot of meds, my body hurts & my hairs all gone," he added, "but I'm excited to get home, process, heal & prepare for the future with you all."

Management agency Prime Culture announced in June that Bibi was undergoing treatment for CNS Lymphoma - a rare form of brain and spinal cancer.

In October, Bibi played a surprise set at club DC-10 in Ibiza, just days after leaving hospital amid his cancer treatment.

Yesterday's remission announcement follows a bone marrow/stem cell transplant the DJ had received last month.