Former Tottenham winger Luis Binks has spoken about quarantining with Thierry Henry.
Binks is one of only two guests at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Montreal as the coronavirus has locked down the nation.
The other guest is the famous former French striker Henry, who is Brinks' manager at Montreal Impact.
"I see him down in reception just sitting on his own, and we'll have a chat," Binks told the Daily Mail.
"He is one of the big reasons I came here, so I just want to pick his brains. I was asking him the other day about the best defenders he's played against - he was telling me all about Alessandro Nesta and Lillian Thuram.
"So it's just me and the manager, there are no new guests coming in and all the others have moved out. He hasn't invited me down to his room yet, but I bet he's got the big suite!"
"It's not ideal, but there's not much we can do,' continues Binks.
"I'm running up and down the stairs instead of taking the lift - I hope the manager sees me! But even if he wasn't here I'd be doing all that anyway.
"I'm doing as much as I can because, before all of this started, I was in a good place. I go out running but everything is shut and the streets are empty. I suppose it's one way to see the city!"
When asked if he'd do a kickabout with Henry, Binks said:
"I don't think I'd want to, I've seen him in training, he'd still beat me!"