A judge has removed a drug treatment order for singer Pete Doherty.
Doherty hopes to get back to touring with Babyshambles
The Babyshambles frontman appeared at Thames Magistrates' Court on Wednesday for a review of the order.
District Judge Jane McIvor told the singer she was going to revoke the six months left to serve on the order after advice from experts.
He is due in court later this week to be sentenced for driving illegally while in possession of drugs in Kensington, west London, on 5 May.
Judge McIvor said Doherty had already been supervised over 18 months and had been convinced the plan in place for the musician to remain drug-free was going to be followed.
She told him: "I wish you well."
Outside court Doherty said: "I have just had enough really."
He added: "It's just the beginning, you know what I mean. My life has changed."
He said he was undergoing rehabilitation and wanted to get back on the road with his band.