June 3, 2020, 0:09

Jordan Henderson feels ‘very safe’ as Liverpool return to training

Jordan Henderson feels ‘very safe’ as Liverpool return to training

Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson says he respects the decision of players, like Watford’s Troy Deeney, who have opted not to return to non-contact training due to safety concerns”>Liverpool skipper Jordan Henderson says he respects the decision of players, like Watford’s Troy Deeney, who have opted not to return to non-contact training due to safety concerns

Henderson is aware that some Premier League players have opted not to return to non-contact training due to concerns over safety for themselves and their families and says he understands and respects their decision.

“I fully respect their opinion. Everyone is in a different situation at home and, ultimately, if you don’t feel comfortable you shouldn’t feel forced or pressured to come into work.

“I fully respect the opinion of any players who don’t feel comfortable yet. If any of my team-mates felt like that I would respect and support them.”

Henderson says a desire to finish the current campaign, with Liverpool 25 points clear at the top of the Premier League ahead of the March shutdown, has helped motivate him to keep as fit as possible during the lockdown.

“My mindset hasn’t changed from where we left off. I always felt the season needed finishing whenever it was safe to do so.

“I’ve stayed as fit as I can so am ready when times come to perform at highest level and finish the season off. That’s been our motivation.”

Sourse: breakingnews.ie

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