Keeping fit during the coronavirus lockdown has been key for Brighton’s Leandro Trossard.

The Belgian winger, who arrived at Brighton from Genk last summer, has been rigorously following a fitness regime set out by the Seagulls’ strength and conditioning staff.

The 25-year-old wants to hit the ground running when Premier League action resumes and reduce the risk of injury.

Speaking to the official club website, Trossard said:

“I’ve been following the running programme from the club and done the zoom sessions for mobility and strength – it was important for me to keep fit.

“I knew I had to maintain a good level – I knew if I didn’t then I could get injured quickly.

“I had that in my mind, so I made sure I did all of the work to make sure I was in good shape for the restart.”

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