The Everton right-back missed the final six games of the domestic campaign.
The Republic of Ireland defender missed the final six matches of the campaign with a hamstring injury, but was fit to return for his country's friendly with the Netherlands less than two weeks after the final fixture and is expected to feature heavily in France this month.
In the 27-year-old's absence, an already struggling Everton side lost four of their final six matches in all competitions, including the FA Cup semi-final to Manchester United and a 4-0 humiliation in the Merseyside derby, and manager Roberto Martinez lost his job.
Questions have been raised over Coleman's inability to return before the end of the season, but the player steadfastly denied putting his international interests above those of his club.
When asked if he delayed his comeback, Coleman replied, as quoted by the Mirror: "I missed the FA Cup semi-final and I missed the derby with Liverpool, so no.
"If I could have played I would have been desperate to play them. Unfortunately we didn’t get to the cup final.
"I had a scan and it just wasn’t right. I possibly could have played the last game but what’s the point in risking it with the big summer ahead."
Coleman is one of Everton's longest-serving current players, having made 219 appearances since joining the club in 2009.
However, he was one of numerous players criticised on occasion this season for a perceived drop in form and commitment under Martinez, something which was ultimately a factor in the Spaniard's dismissal.