Southampton striker Che Adams has scored four goals in 13 international matches for Scotland, including strikes against Faroe Islands, Moldova and Denmark in World Cup qualifiers. Ally McCoist has described Southampton striker Che Adams as "a breath of fresh air" for Scotland since he switched international allegiance.
The Saints striker, who was born in Leicester and played twice for England at U20 level, qualified to play for Scotland through his maternal grandmother and was initially approached by the Scottish FA back in 2017 about playing for the Tartan Army. He said then that he was not ready to commit at that time, but when Scotland came calling again last year, he pledged his allegiance.

Since then, he has played 13 times for Steve Clarke's side and scored four goals, including in World Cup qualifiers against Faroe Islands, Moldova and Denmark as Scotland finished second in their group, to set up a play-off with Ukraine. Adams also featured for Scotland at the delayed Euro 2020 tournament, playing in all three group matches as Clarke's side exited the competition with one point from their three games.

And his form for the Tartan Army has impressed former Rangers and Scotland striker Ally McCoist, who has been full of praise for the 25-year-old and how he has performed for club and country. Indeed, McCoist has said he feels Adams is what Scotland have lacked up front for some time.
He said first and foremost, they now have a striker who is a first pick every week for a very good team in the English Premier League. It’s been a long time since a Scotland manager has had that luxury. The words will come ask an encouragement for the striker as he continues to work hard to impress his bosses at his club and national team.