Dean Keates has hailed the professionalism of his Wrexham players during the coronavirus pandemic and insisted that the entire squad were keeping on top of their individual fitness programmes.

The Dragons’ squad have been training in isolation for the past three weeks after the National League was suspended following the outbreak.

Wrexham’s clash against Barrow on March 14 was postponed after one of the Dragons squad showed symptoms of the virus, while two more players reported similar signs over that weekend.

“All I can say is to compliment the players and say well done to them,” said Keates.

“They are doing their programme, we are still in touch with them and keeping track of them. The players are doing their part in it, the professionalism that they are showing have been absolutely spot on, I can’t speak highly enough of them.”

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