St Mirren have confirmed that the first team star who contracted coronavirus was goalkeeper Jak Alnwick.

The club confirmed this morning that one of their players was in self isolation and Buddies manager Jim Goodwin has now revealed that it is his shot stopper.

A statement on said: “Following our recent round of testing, St Mirren Football Club can confirm that a member of the first-team has tested positive for Covid-19.

“The player is currently self-isolating in line with government guidance and, as a result, will be unavailable for our match against Hibernian.

“The club has complied robustly with the official testing and hygiene regime, using a private testing facility in accordance with the Scottish Government and the SPFL/SFA Joint Response Group protocols.

“Everyone at the club wishes the player a speedy recovery and look forward to welcoming him back once he is fit and ready.”