Rangers loanee Ross McCrorie's message after becoming fifth Portsmouth player to test positive for coronavirus
Ross McCrorie has urged everyone to adhere to government guidelines after testing positive for coronavirus.
The versatile Scot became the fifth Pompey player to contract Covid-19. James Bolton, Andy Cannon, Haji Mnoga and Sean Raggett were confirmed cases on Saturday.
The on-loan Rangers man has returned to Glasgow and is now in self-isolation, although he's showing no symptoms.
And he has urged everyone to stick to the guidelines laid out by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
McCrorie told the Scottish Sun: ‘We were all tested at Portsmouth and unfortunately my results have come back positive.
‘I am back home and staying by myself. I am self-isolating. But I feel fine and I am displaying no symptoms.
‘I would urge everyone to follow the government guidelines that have been put in place.
‘We all have a part to play in slowing the spread of the virus and that means adhering to the guidelines set out.
‘It is vital we all do what we can.’
McCrorie has made 22 appearance for Pompey during his season-long loan from Rangers.