West Ham United manager David Moyes is out of his seven-day self-isolation following a scare of the coronavirus.
Moyes had entered into self-isolation after his Arsenal counterpart Mikel Arteta was confirmed to have contracted the virus.
Arteta became one of the first high-profile names in English football to announce they had tested positive for coronavirus on Thursday with the announcement forcing Moyes to enter self-isolation as a precaution since he had contact with the Spaniard.
West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady caused controversy on Saturday by arguing that the Premier League should declare the season 'null and void' if the pandemic fails to ease.
The sentiments, however, were pinned on the Hammers position on the league where they are clear of the relegation zone on goal difference with nine matches left to play, meaning that their top-flight status would be assured if the current campaign was to be abandoned before the end of the season.
Reports had earlier indicated that Arteta had contacted the virus in their Europa League clash with Olympiakos but the reports were refuted.
Apart from Arteta, Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi has also revealed a positive test for coronavirus but the England winger posted a video later saying he had recovered from the virus.