We caught up with the Reds striker for a brief update on how things are for him whilst football remains suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Reds should be preparing for a big home clash with Blackburn Rovers on Saturday afternoon, but with football currently suspended and upcoming games postponed, everyone is trying to figure their own way through these unprecedented circumstances.
It's a tough time, and Cauley Woodrow is already itching to get back to work.
"I'm bored out of my head!" Cauley stated.
"Not being at the club, not being on the training ground or playing games, it's completely new to me.
"But I'm OK in general. I understand the reasoning behind it and it's something we've just got to get used to I suppose."
We asked our top goalscorer what he's been doing since all football was put on hold.
"I'm back down south with my family, seeing them all as much as I possibly can do. I think it's important to be around those you care about at the moment.
"We are all following a training programme of course, so I'm doing that alone every day, I use a gym at home and then head off to a local field to do some running.
"Whilst it's not the same, we do have to try and maintain our fitness levels as we are told it's a fluid situation so need to be ready for when everything resumes as normal."
Woodrow is naturally disappointed not to be out there doing what he loves to do - scoring goals for the Reds, but he finished by asking supporters to stay safe and to look out for each other.
He told us: "It's obviously a cliche, but I hope everyone stays well, be careful of course and hopefully all this can be finished very soon so we can all carry on with our normal lives."