David Moyes is set to take West Ham training via Zoom from his ten-day Covid-19 self-isolation exile claims the Sun.
The manager was tested on Monday and received his positive result on Tuesday evening at 6.20 pm leading to a complusary ten-day quarantine period.
Apart from a slight sore throat, the manager is said to be fit and well and plans to set up a Zoom video link with assistant Alan Irvine to oversee preparations for Sunday’s Premier League home match with Wolves.
Irvine will lead the players out for training at the club’s Rush Green but with Moyes maintaining a watchful eye via a video link and very much still in charge.
West Ham insiders say Moyes is also planning to watch Sunday’s game on TV and will keep an open phone line to his backroom staff on the bench at the London Stadium.
West Ham players Josh Cullen and Issa Diop also tested positive and will not be available to train or be selected this week.