SAINTS midfielder Stuart Armstrong believes Che Adams has all the attributes to be a successful striker – as the pair get ready for Scotland’s Euro 2020 campaign.

Frontman Adams netted his second goal in four senior games for Scotland in Sunday’s 1-0 warm-up victory over Luxembourg.

It capped a winning end to Steve Clarke’s side’s preparations for the tournament, with their opening fixture against the Czech Republic on Monday.

And Armstrong, who has played alongside Adams for the past two seasons for Saints, is delighted to have him as part of the international setup.

Speaking to The Herald about Adams, Armstrong said: "He's got a lot of dimensions to his game.

“He's powerful, strong and holds the ball up well but also good speed and very technical so he will run in behind and his shot's pretty ferocious.

“He's got a good all-round game and that's key to being able to play up front these days.”

Leicester-born Adams made the decision to represent Scotland earlier this year.

A former England under-20 international, he turned down an approach from Scotland back in 2017 and was also offered the chance to play for Antigua & Barbuda in the past.

However, the Saints striker has now pledged his allegiance to the Tartan Army, qualifying to play for them through a maternal grandparent.

He opened his international goal account as Clarke’s men secured the first win of their 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign, with a convincing 4-0 victory over the Faroe Islands in March.

Speaking after his country’s latest triumph, Saints striker Adams said: “A win’s a win at the end of the day.

“We build momentum going into next week and we created a lot of chances and should have put a lot more away.

“But we are happy with the win – it could have been better, we could have scored more goals but a win’s a win.”

Scotland face England on Friday, June 18, before rounding off their Group D campaign with a clash against Croatia on June 22.