French defender Aymeric Laporte has urged his Manchester City teammates to keep up their home training routines during their self-isolation - but admits he cannot stop thinking about the club's possible exclusion from the Champions League.
The 25-year-old is presently recovering from a hamstring problem, the latest in a litany of injuries that has limited him to eight appearances this season.
City's players have had to stay at home and been given training plans since the reigning Premier League champions closed the training ground following British government advice on Monday to avoid all non-essential travel and contact.
"That's (personal training schedule) the best thing for everyone, that we do it every day," Laporte said, quoted in The Times on Friday.
"They trust in you and you have to be professional. You have to follow what they say and we have to be responsible in this case.
"When we return to normality, when we start training again outside, we have to be ready."