Former Manchester United and Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini has provided an update on his coronavirus diagnosis.
Fellaini in a video from the hospital said he was getting back to normal fitness, having been one of the first elite footballers to contract the virus.
The caption on his video noted: "Thank you everyone for all your messages. I am still in hospital but getting stronger every day."
The clip, which shows Fellaini participating in his own training routine, has been viewed over 60,000 times so far, with many supporters giving the former Premier League star well wishes.
The Belgian joined the Chinese side Shandong Luneng during the January transfer window last year and scored 13 times from 34 matches this season.
Last week in confirming the news about the virus, Fellaini said: "Dear friends, I have been tested for coronavirus and my test result is positive.
"Currently, I am back in China and being treated in the hospital. I can assure you that everything is fine for me now."
Fellaini spent ten years in the Premier League where he represented Everton and Manchester United.