The Bradford-based supermarket said on an underlying and comparative 52-week basis, pre-tax profits lifted 9.5 per cent to £374m.
It saw like-for-like sales, excluding fuel and VAT, rise 2.8 per cent over the year.
Andrew Higginson, chairman of Morrisons, said: “Morrisons is now entering its third consecutive year of growth, which is a credit to the whole team.”
David Potts, chief executive of Morrisons, said: “We had a strong year, becoming more competitive and increasingly differentiating Morrisons for all stakeholders.”
He added: “All parts of our progress so far have one common link: our colleagues.
“Listening to customers, responding, and improving the shopping trip are as important now as when we started this turnaround three years ago.”