Bristol City confirmed they have returned one positive test for coronavirus, just four days before the Championship resumes.
One member of the Robins group, who is still unknown whether to be a player or staff member, returned a positive test on Thursday in the league’s fourth round of testing.
The individual is now in the middle of a seven-day isolation.
A club statement read: ‘After last Thursday’s league-wide testing for COVID-19 completed by Bristol City players and staff at the club’s training facility, we can confirm that one member of the testing group tested positive for coronavirus.
‘The individual, who we are not naming due to medical confidentiality, is asymptomatic and is now self-isolating in line with league and government guidance.
‘There has been a subsequent scheduled round of testing for the rest of the group with all results negative.
The unnamed individual is now in the middle of a seven-day isolation period
‘The club will be making no further comment at this time.’
Bristol City are currently seventh in the Championship, just one points from the play-off places with nine matches remaining.
They return to action on Saturday June 20 against fellow play-off hopefuls Blackburn Rovers.