“CLASS” act Josh Adams has all the attributes to play on the international stage, according to Worcester Warriors chief Alan Solomons.

The in-form Welshman scored his 10th try of the season in Warriors’ 46-31 defeat to Saracens at Allianz Park on Saturday.

All but one of those have come in the Aviva Premiership as the 22-year-old stands alone at the top of the try-scoring charts.

Swansea-born Adams who joined Warriors from Llanelli Scarlets in 2015 has yet to secure a senior cap for Wales.

But with just over a month to go before the Six Nations gets underway Solomons is confident Adams would be able to step up to the mark if called upon.

“He is a really good rugby player and an extremely dangerous broken-field runner,” Solomons said.

“Wales tend to produce those backs. It much be in their genetics.

“He is a class player and certainly capable of playing international rugby.”

Adams bursts onto the scene last season with 13 tries in 23 appearances in all competitions and is well on his way to beating that total this term.

He has scored in six straight Premiership games to help Warriors move 10 points clear of the drop zone.

“I think Josh has got a lot of confidence because of the way the team is playing,” said Solomons who has taken over from Gary Gold as Worcester’s boss.

“It is all about the team and because we are playing well Josh has been given the opportunities which he has taken.

“But he has grown in confidence.”

Adams has had a taste of international rugby having starred in the World Rugby Under 20 Championships in 2015, notching four tries in five starts.

And fly-half Sam Olver believes his teammate is showing the sort of form which should earn him a call-up.

“I don’t think he’s far off from getting in the Wales squad for the Six Nations,” Olver added.

“He is scoring tries for fun and that’s testament to the way the team is playing as well, giving him those opportunities.

“But credit to him as he is finishing some outstanding tries.”