WORCESTER boss Alan Solomons insists Wales winger Josh Adams will be at Sixways next season despite reports linking the winger with a move to the Dragons.

The 22-year-old, who started the Six Nations clashes with Scotland and England, is under contract with the Aviva Premiership club until the summer of 2019.

It has been rumoured that the speedster has caught the eye of Dragons boss Bernard Jackman with the Rodney Parade region considering paying a transfer fee to buy Adams out of his deal.

However, director of rugby Solomons insists that the ex-Scarlets winger – who has crossed for 14 tries in 19 games this season – will remain on the Warriors books.

“Josh is under contract at Warriors for next season so he definitely won’t be going anywhere,” the South African said to the Worcester News.

“I have not even spoken to him about (the rumours). It is rugby so people just speculate but there is clearly no foundation to it whatsoever.

“He will be playing here next season, that’s for sure.”

“Josh is very happy here,” Solomons continued. “He came here from Wales where he didn’t play for the Scarlets as far I am aware.

“He then came through the academy here and has grown at Warriors and played fantastically. He has made his name through this club.”

Adams, who lost his place to Liam Williams for the loss to Ireland in Dublin, is back with Worcester this week ahead of their Aviva Premiership clash with Leicester.

If he wants to continue his Wales career at the end of 2018/19 then he will need to move to one of the regions because of the new Test selection policy that states only those with 60 caps can play outside the country and still be picked by Warren Gatland.

The Dragons currently have Hallam Amos, Zane Kirchner and Ashton Hewitt as their prime back three options while Jordan Williams has signed from Bristol for next season.

Youngsters Jared Rosser, Calvin Wellington, George Gasson, Rio Dyer, Joe Goodchild and Will Talbot-Davies have all been given opportunities this season.