Wolves captain Conor Coady says he's always available to talk with his teammates during the coronavirus pandemic.
The whole world is at a standstill as hundreds of thousands of people have been infected with the illness.
And Coady has revealed he is continuing his leadership off the field.
He said: "I think in terms of being a captain, I will never ever change what I do. I will always be there to speak to the lads if they need to ask me a question or know where to come. They know straight away they can ask me whatever they want.
"But I'm also there to be that little bit of a bridge in terms of whether the manager or people at the higher end of the club want to get things to the boys, so they know they can come through me as well.
"I just think it is important to be open, honest and make sure you are in the middle of things.
"I am there to pass on messages to whoever I have to."