JOSH Adams admits his rise to international stardom has been “like a fairy tale” after scoring a memorable maiden try for Wales this summer.

But the 23-year-old wing is determined to build on a successful tour to Argentina as he targets more caps next season.

His stunning form for Worcester Warriors last term resulted in him making his Wales debut in this year’s Six Nations.

Adams was then selected in Warren Gatland’s touring party to Washington DC to face South Africa only to be dropped over a ruling for England-based players.

But an injury to Steff Evans sustained against the Springboks provided an opening for the talented back and he grasped it with both hands.

Adams started in Wales’ 23-10 win over Argentina in San Juan before pulling off a stunning solo score in Santa Fe as his side won 30-12 to clinch a 2-0 series victory.

"I had two terrific weeks in Argentina," Adams said.

"All I wanted to do as soon as I arrived was to try and impress and start the two Tests.

"Thankfully the coaches saw something in me and I'd like to think I took my opportunity.

"I just want to keep improving.”

With the Rugby World Cup in Japan 14 months away Adams is hoping to put his best foot forward in the 2018-19 campaign.

"Hopefully there will be many more opportunities in the future,” Adams said.

“As soon as you've had a taste of playing Test rugby, all you want is to be there as often as you can be.

"You better yourself as a player and I love being in an international environment.

"It is intense and brings the best out of you.

"The longer I can stay in this environment the better it is going to be for me moving forward.

"It has been a crazy two years. It has been like a fairy tale."

Adams who ended last season as joint-top try scorer in the Premiership with 13 touchdowns was thrilled to notch his first international try.

"It all happened so quick to be honest," Adams said.

"It came from a little fumble from Rhys Patchell.

“I then managed to scoop it up, ran in between two forwards, and it was just about avoiding whoever came at me.

“I didn't even know I had that step in the locker. I just saw a big forward coming my way and thought I better get out of his way."