RED hot wing Josh Adams is riding high at the top of Aviva Premiership’s try-scoring charts at the halfway stage in the season.

But the uncapped Welshman is continuing to strive for perfection as Worcester Warriors prepare to take on Saracens at Allianz Park on Saturday (3pm).

Adams bagged a brace in Warriors’ 23-8 win over London Irish at Sixways last Friday to increase his total to eight tries in 11 league games.

The 22-year-old now leads the way when it comes to crossing the whitewash in the top flight with Bath’s Semesa Rokoduguni and Sale Sharks’ Bryon McGuigan in joint-second with seven tries apiece.

But Adams who has also scored one in the European Challenge Cup is determined to keep getting better as he sets his sights on beating last season’s haul of 13 in 23 appearances in all competitions.

“I am scoring tries but form is always temporary,” Adams said.

“You are never going to be awesome every single game - that’s something you have got to accept.

“But I just need to try to keep improving on the areas that I need to get better at.

“I have not really got a target in mind, but I would like to beat last year’s total.

“I didn’t think I would have scored as many tries at this stage in the season but for most of them the ball has been in front of me and I’ve just had to put it down.

“The easy tries are always the nice ones as you don’t have to do too much for them.

“But my game is nowhere near perfect.

“I think I could be a bit better under the high ball as I fumbled one against Irish so that needs to be tidied up and then just aspects around positioning.”

The Swansea-born ace whose contract is understood to run at the end of the 2018-19 season added: “I am really enjoying playing every week in the Premiership.

“It’s the best league in the world and I will keep improving week in week out.”

Warriors climbed 10 points clear of the drop zone following their victory over bottom club Irish.

And Adams insists confidence is high at the club ahead of their trip to defending European Champions Cup champions Saracens.

“It will be a very tough game at Saracens,” Adams said.

“They are European champions and have had a fantastic home record over the past couple of years.

“We know the challenge is going to be massive down there.

“But having beaten Irish we are on a high so we need to keep this momentum going now and really pose a threat to Sarries.

“We are definitely going there as underdogs as they are a top-end Premiership and European side so we can use that to our advantage.

“But like any other game it’s about us and trying to keep our confidence up.”