FLYING wing Josh Adams is “setting the standard” for Worcester Warriors’ backs as he goes in search of records, admits centre Jackson Willison.

Adams will be looking to continue his hot streak against Bath tonight (7.45pm) after scoring in each of his last six Aviva Premiership appearances.

The 22-year-old sits just two behind Mark Cueto who holds the league record having scored in eight straight games.

Adams is also just one shy of becoming Warriors’ highest-ever try-scorer in a Premiership season as he bids to overtake Miles Benjamin and Cooper Vuna.

And Willison has urged the Welshman to keep doing his talking on the pitch.

“Josh been outstanding,” he said.

“He has got his own agenda as he is after some type of record. He has been telling us all week about it.

“There is a lot of competition as there are five or six fit outside backs that can really slot in without much of a change.

“But Josh is really setting the standard with his performances.”

Adams is joined in a potent back three by powerful Kiwi wing Bryce Heem and full-back Chris Pennell.

“Bath would be silly not to think that our backline is a threat,” Willison said.

“But it does start up front so there is a big onus on our forwards to try to get us that front-foot ball and if the weather plays its part we might get a few more tries.”