CHE Adams insists it is a “huge honour” to learn from fellow Saints striker Danny Ings as part of a firing frontline at St Mary’s.

The in-form 24-year-old started every league game alongside Ings before the latter was struck down by a knee injury, sustained at Aston Villa earlier this month.

But in looking to forge his own proud goalscoring record at England’s elite level, Adams said the relationship between himself and Ings was a big boost.

“We both know what each other want and what each other need to put them in the right chances,” he told the club website.

“Just learning from him on the training pitch is a huge honour, and he’s a great guy off the pitch as well, which makes it even better.

“Obviously he was at Burnley playing off a big man, and I was at Birmingham playing off a big man, so that definitely helps in knowing how each other play.”

Adams is set to be involved when Saints make the trip to Wolves on Monday, November 23, following the international break.

He has scored three times in four appearances to send the St Mary’s side fourth in the table.