The singular possessive is formed by adding an apostrophe-s (’s) to the end of the word.
The player’s experience is analysed using a new technique.
The form is the same when a single subject possesses more than one thing.
A smith’s tools were considered masculine, while a weaver’s tools were attributed to the feminine gender.
Collective nouns, such as “people” or “team”, still take the singular possessive form when the noun is treated as a single entity.
The team’s positive attitude could be seen in its cheerful training session.