Felipe Anderson is in good spirits as he arrives at Rush Green
The Brazilian was already wearing his training kit, following Premier League guidelines
The players trained in small, socially distanced groups
Captain Mark Noble shows his customary focus
Felipe Anderson dons a pair of disposable gloves
Tomas Soucek works on his strength and conditioning
The sun beat down on Rush Green, as it has done since the players returned to training last week
Jarrod Bowen puts in the hard yards
The January signing from Hull City stretches off
West Ham stars returned to Rush Green last week
The skipper turned 33 earlier this month, but he will remain vital to West Ham's chances of remaining in the Premier League
Felipe Anderson is looking fit and strong after working hard at home during lockdown
The same can be said for Tomas Soucek!
Now it is Mark Noble's turn to pull the weighted sled
The skipper takes a break to enjoy a hard-earned drink
Sessions have been run under the guidance of David Moyes and his staff
Fabian Balbuena looks pleased to be back at the training ground
Ryan Fredericks has recovered from the shoulder injury he suffered at Manchester City in February
All the equipment being used has been disinfected by the kit management team
Robert Snodgrass stretches off during a training session at Rush Green
West Ham United’s first-team squad continued their work at a sun-soaked Rush Green this week.
The Hammers have been strictly abiding to Phase One of the protocol agreed by the Premier League, all 20 clubs, independent experts and the Government, training in small groups, maintaining social distancing, arriving and departing in their training kit and working with disinfected equipment.
The intense sessions for each group of four to five players are being led by David Moyes and his coaching staff Alan Irvine, Kevin Nolan, Paul Nevin and Xavi Valero, following warm-ups conducted by fitness coach Josh Ewens.
Working practices will only be extended when the Government give their permission to do so. In the meantime, the Club, its medical and operations team has put many measures in place that go above and beyond the Government and Premier League recommendations to ensure that Rush Green can be as safe as it can possibly be, including health screening and temperature tents for players and staff - including Club Photographer Arfa Griffiths - upon entry.