Chelsea coach Frank Lampard says Callum Hudson-Odoi is progressing well after his coronavirus diagnosis.
The England winger tested positive for the virus on Friday, leading to self-isolation for him and those who had close contact with him and the closure of the club's training ground.
But Lampard told the club's website on Tuesday evening: "I'm happy to say that in Callum's case, he has made great progress and almost feels his usual self, which is obviously the news we all want to hear."
Chelsea also announced that their Cobham training base has reopened after a deep clean following Hudson-Odoi's diagnosis.
The club had been in "complete lockdown" according to RTÉ Soccer analyst Lisa Fallon, who is a coach with Chelsea's Women's Super League side.
A statement on the club's website read: "The training ground at Cobham is back operating as a place of work although club personnel who had recent close contact with Callum Hudson-Odoi continue to self-isolate in line with Government health guidelines.
"It was announced in the early hours of Friday morning that Hudson-Odoi had tested positive for coronavirus. Consequently, as well as the self-isolation, the building at Cobham underwent a deep-cleaning procedure and with that completed, it has reopened for those working there who are not self-isolating.
"For the players currently at home, there is of course the need to stay fit and ready for when training and matches do resume.
"To aid that, all members of the men's first-team squad have been sent an exercise bicycle for indoor use and nutritional plans, which they can use with tailored fitness programmes to keep up their levels of physical condition."