JOSH Adams is hoping to etch his name in Worcester Warriors’ history books before his departure this summer.

The Wales international and fellow departing wing Bryce Heem jointly hold Warriors’ all-time try-scoring record in the Gallagher Premiership with 25 touchdowns.

Miles Benjamin’s previous best tally of 20 had stood for seven years before Heem overtook the ex-Warriors star in December.

Adams drew level with his team-mate courtesy of a hat-trick in the win over Sale Sharks last month.

And with the suspended Heem unable to add to his account Adams is keen to finish the season with a record-breaking score in Saturday’s clash with Saracens (4pm).

“I believe it is 25 each so I definitely want to score one so I can finish above Bryce,” Adams said.

“Obviously this is my last week with a few of the boys but it is all about focusing on Sarries.

“They come off the back of a massive win (in the European Champions Cup final) against Leinster last weekend.

“It is obviously going to be a tough game, but for a few of us it is our last time at Sixways and we want to make sure that we put a performance in and get a big win.

“We also want to make sure we send our fantastic supporters who have come out all season off with the thought of us beating Saracens.”

Warriors' all-time Premiership try-scorers:

1 Adams (2016-19) 25 tries in 51 matches.

= Heem (2015-19) 25 tries in 63 matches.

2 Benjamin (2007-12) 20 tries in 70 matches.

3 Pennell (2007-19) 18 tries in 156 matches.

4 Garvey (2006-12) 14 tries in 69 matches.

= Grove (2008-2016) 14 tries in 91 matches.

5 Lemi (2012-14) 12 tries in 34 matches.

Adams will join Pro14 outfit Cardiff Blues ahead of next season to ensure he keeps his place in the international frame.

But the 24-year-old insisted he would remain indebted to Warriors who gave him an opportunity in 2015 when he was released by Scarlets.

“This club has developed me into the player I am today,” said Adams who has won 11 Wales caps and is set to feature in this summer’s World Cup.

“I have had a lot of help along with the way from some great coaches and it has given me the opportunity to play at the highest level.

“The Premiership is probably the best league in the world and I have been exposed to that for three seasons now.

“Without Worcester I certainly wouldn’t be a Welsh international and who knows I might not have been a professional rugby player.

“I am extremely grateful for that.”