Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli thanked the fans for their support after reports surfaced that he suffered minor injuries during a knife robbery at his home.
The incident was said to have occurred just after midnight Wednesday (7 p.m. ET, Tuesday), with police confirming that Alli had suffered "a minor facial injury after being assaulted" by two men.
Alli did not require hospitalization. Police should continue to search for the culprits.
"The police were called at around 1335 hrs on Wednesday 13 May to report a home robbery in Barnet," said a police spokesman.
"Two men entered the property and stole jewelry, including watches, before running away. An occupant of the property, in his twenties, suffered minor facial injuries after being assaulted. He did not need hospital care.
"There have been no arrests. The investigation is continuing."
Police are said to be reviewing CCTV footage of Alli's home for information on the suspects.
The 24-year-old confirmed the incident via a Twitter post, saying he was fine, although he called the experience "horrible".
"Thanks for all the messages. Terrible experience but we're fine now. Enjoy the support," the english international said.
According to a report by Daily Mail, Alli was "banged in the face" during the flight, while the Spurs star fought with the two culprits.
Alli was isolated from his home during the coronavirus lockout, apparently sharing the space with his brother and their two partners, as well as with another friend.
The theft incident comes just two months after Alli's teammate Jan Vertonghen had a similar fear in his house in north London.
The defender was away for the Champions League in March when his his wife and children were detained by four men wearing hoods and machetes, who spun with electric objects.
Vertonghen's wife and two children were not physically injured in the incident.
Tottenham is stepping up individual training with a view to returning to the field next month as part of the Premier League project restart plan.
Before the coronavirus suspension in March, the Spurs were eighth in the Premier League, seven points behind Chelsea, fourth.