Huddersfield Town have confirmed that one of their staff members tested positive for COVID-19 during the latest round of testing at Championship clubs.

Sheffield Wednesday and Preston had already confirmed they each had one employee among the nine people from six clubs who had tested positive out of 1,094 checks during a four-day period starting from Saturday.

The identity of the other six individuals, from three clubs, remains unknown, with the EFL not revealing any details of the positive tests.

Rovers were understood to have recorded a clean bill of health in the fourth round of testing, with captain Elliott Bennett the one confirmed case at the club so far.

In all, 24 individuals have tested positive, with the fifth round results expected to be revealed at the weekend.

A Huddersfield statement read: "The individual will not be named due to medical confidentiality, but we can confirm that it is a member of the training ground support staff.

"The person in question is currently asymptomatic and will now self-isolate, in line with protocol."

The Championship season is set to resume on June 20, with clubs having been given the green light to return to full contact training this week.

Preston North End revealed earlier in the week that striker Jayden Stockley had tested positive for COVID-19, and revealed another positive test on Wednesday night, though didn’t reveal the identity of the individual.

“Preston North End can confirm that an individual has tested positive for Covid-19 in the latest round of tests, undertaken as part of the return to training protocols,” a club statement said.

“The person had received negative results in all his previous tests, but undertook his latest swab on Monday of this week, which has now provided a positive result.

“Respecting the individual’s medical confidentiality, they will not be named and will now undertake a period of isolation before they return to the training ground.

“The club have conducted 186 tests on players and staff at the Springfields training ground so far and will undertake another round before training on Thursday.”

Sheffield Wednesday revealed a member of staff had tested positive in a short statement.