Southampton striker Che Adams is on Scotland’s radar.

The Daily Mail says Adams, 24, has scored three goals in his last four games to help Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side to 16 points from a possible 18 and start the weekend in the top four.

And his form is expected to lead to another approach from Scotland to represent the country of a maternal grandparent at the Euros.

Adams previously resisted Scotland’s offer but that could change now there is the prospect of starring at a major tournament for the first time.

And Saints boss Hasenhuttl takes his side to Wolves on Monday night in no doubt the former Birmingham City forward has what it takes to score at international level – whatever country he played for.

“Our team has shown in the past that we have two internationals with England now and a lot of other international players in our squad. If you perform well in the Premier League, then everything is open to you,” he said.

“First and foremost, the most important thing is he still develops his game. I think he’s made a big step forward this season after a tough first one. But he never stopped working hard and I think this is his secret of being successful.”