An SAS sniper released from jail after winning an appeal will enjoy the weekend with his family before renewing the fight to clear his name, he said.
Sergeant Danny Nightingale, 37, was originally given 18 months' military detention for illegally possessing a pistol and ammunition.
However three appeal judges concluded on Thursday that the sentence was too harsh and cut the term to 12 months, saying it should be suspended, as well as ordering Sgt Nightingale's release.
Friends and family greeted him with a hero's welcome as he arrived at his home in Crewe.
Holding a banner which read "Welcome Back", they cheered as the SAS sniper and his wife, Sally, pulled up in front of the house.
He told Sky News that he intended to spend his first weekend at home with his family. But from Monday he will continue with his next battle - to have his conviction quashed.
He said: "This weekend is just a bit of family time, and then Monday we are going to speak to Simon McKay, our lawyer, and then we are going to take it from there, take the fight onwards and upwards."
Speaking to Victoria Derbyshire on BBC Radio 5 Live on Friday, Mrs Nightingale, from Cheshire, said: "Danny is very limited on what he can say", but added that they were fighting to get his conviction quashed.
"Today I am really happy with the result we got yesterday but we do need to go on and we need to clear Danny's name," she said.
Sgt Nightingale was handed his sentence after admitting illegally possessing a Glock 9mm pistol and more than 300 rounds of ammunition. He claimed he could not remember having the pistol - given as a gift after a served in Iraq - due to a brain injury which had affected his memory.