But knowing this, under Wales Union array rules, staying at Worcester will mean losing his Welsh place was the principal determining variable.

Just Welsh players with 60 caps or more are currently considered if they play out Wales.

“The move back to Wales was some thing that I had to make a decision on,” said Adams.

“Together with the 60-cap policy, when I’d h to carry on reflecting my country then I might need to make the move back through the bridge.

“People may think it had been a simple choice to just continue playing for Wales, but considering what Worcester have given me from the past four seasons and also how well they have cared for me it did require some notion.

“But it was always my dream to play for Wales. I got a taste of this past season from the Six Nations then proceeded to the summer tour with the Tests against Argentina.

“The fall was brilliant too. It had been a excellent adventure to play top-tier nations from the southern hemisphere including and also South Africa and to overcome them was astounding.

I didn’t think I would be standing here as a Grand Slam champion this time around this past year.

“And everybody has the objective of getting back in those worldcup 31-man squads for Japan.”

Swansea-born former Scarlets academy player junior Adams, 2-3, has left his move back to Wales amid unrest in regards to the plan to produce changes into the current domestic set up in Wales from the 2020 21 season, dubbed Project Reset.

The fluctuations could see an end to double contracts – financed collectively by the WRU as well as the places – and introduce pay banding for players.

And 11-times capped Adams admits that, if the rules on international selection were all not different, he could have stayed in the Midlands.

“I would have believed more,” he said. “that could have probably been option .

“I can’t say for sure that I would have stayed, but I am settled here, joyful with the surroundings, the coaches really are great to me personally and I’ve made some wonderful friends.

“I want to leave Worcester at the best possible place by the end of the season. I’ll put 110 percent into everything that I do.”

While vowing to present his best towards the cause of keeping Worcester from the Premiership, he also does not exclude a recurrence to Sixways down the road in his livelihood.

“It is tough to say because I don’t know how matters will unfold over the next few years,” he said. “But it’d be nice to make a return at some point.

“Towards the finish , it would be lovely to return and play at Sixways again. We’ll see about this once the time comes”


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