“We’ve taken the first step. It’s great for everybody, including the fans, to see our players back on the training ground,” Masters instructed BBC Sport on Friday.
Masters stated he was “as confident as we can be” that groups would be capable to begin in June.
Requested if the Premier League had an actual date for a return, Masters stated the organisation needed to be “flexible”.
Whereas the highest tier is taking child steps in direction of emulating the Bundesliga’s return to motion, leagues in France, Scotland and the Netherlands have been deserted due to the pandemic.
Masters stated he recognised the necessity for “contingency plans” and admitted “curtailment is still a possibility”.
Watford captain Troy Deeney and Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante have each opted towards returning to coaching over well being fears.
Tradition Secretary Oliver Dowden stated section two, the return of contact coaching in elite sports activities, may get authorities approval “later this week”.
However Masters admitted the Premier League is not going to approve that step till it’s protected.
“We wouldn’t have taken the first step to get back to training if we weren’t convinced we had created a very safe environment for our players,” he stated.
“It is the first step and we have to be sure when we go to contact training we have completed those processes.
“We’ve got performed all the things we probably can to make return to coaching as protected as potential.
“We think it is safe to return. We have to respect players’ decisions not to return to training. I would be comfortable to return to training.”
Matches can be performed behind closed doorways because of the virus, however Masters stated the Premier League need video games to be staged at golf equipment’ regular stadiums reasonably than impartial venues, which was the unique suggestion.
“We’re talking to the authorities about that,” he stated.
“I do believe we can appeal to fans not to congregate outside football grounds or go to other people’s houses to watch football matches in contravention of government guidelines.”