The company, which sells 18mln pairs of shoes each year, saw revenues rise by 1% to £161.9mln in the 53 weeks to 5 October.
A rollout of 21 new ‘Big Box’ concept stores, taking the total to 40, combined with good momentum in its online offering had stopped the rot said the retailer.
Anthony Smith, chief executive, said a “difficult year” year had ended in line with the revised expectations and that so far the new financial year has been encouraging.
Smith said: “There are a further twenty Big Box openings planned for the coming year which, alongside our strong Digital momentum, will continue to drive growth in the future.”
Smith replaced Nick Davis in August when he left to pursue other business interests.