Wests Tigers co-captain Moses Mbye spoke with Wide World of Sports about the current landscape during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and how the team has been impacted so far.
With three young kids at home, the laid-back Mbye reflected about how the time at home and away from training with the team has been so far.
"It's been a long three weeks," Mbye said with a laugh. "It's getting confusing as I can't even seem to know what day it is at the moment.
"I just wake up and figure out what we're going to do.
"May 28 is pencilled in to the calendar and I'm looking forward to it."
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With no face-to-face contact between the squad, Mbye said meeting virtually had been really important in keeping communications going.
"We've all been touching base quite often — not just to talk about footy but more just to check up on how everyone is going," Mbye said.
"It's a tough time for a lot of people, not only the players but broader community and friends of us players, so we've been touching base a fair bit.
"I spoke to Madge today actually and he hasn't stopped, as usual. He's watching the video and coming up with some grand plans to have us hit the ground running. He's got an incredible work ethic so he's not the ideal person for isolation!"
Listen to what Mbye had to say in full about his current schedule and the way the side is adjusting to the COVID-19 measures below.