WORCESTER Warriors could be lifted by the availability of two internationals for Saturday’s Gallagher Premiership trip to Harlequins (3pm).

Wing Josh Adams is set to feature at The Stoop following his try-scoring exploits with Wales and boss Alan Solomons is also hoping to have fit-again centre Ben Te’o at his disposal.

Te’o has yet to play in this year’s Six Nations due to a side strain sustained ahead of England’s opener against Ireland two weeks ago.

Solomons said the 32-year-old looked “fine” when he returned to Sixways earlier this week.

But he was now waiting to discover whether Te'o will be with England this weekend as they prepare for next Saturday’s match against Wales at the Principality Stadium.

“I would imagine we will find out some time tomorrow, but I would be guessing,” Solomons said.

“England will announce their squad of 25 that will remain with them so we will just have to wait until the announcement is made.

“Ben was with us at the club on Monday and Tuesday but it’s up to England to decide what they wish to do.

“He is in good form and I didn't think his injury was too bad but we have just got to wait until Eddie (Jones, head coach) makes his decision.”

Te’o had played just 30 minutes of rugby for Warriors this season until late December when he put together a run of four matches on the trot.

“We got a good run of games out of him and he did really well for the club," Solomons said. 

"He is a good man and it’ll be really great to have him back.”

With no Six Nations games this weekend Adams has arrived back in Worcester and is in training ahead of Warriors’ clash with third-placed Quins.

The 23-year-old wing scored his second try for his nation when he crossed the whitewash in Wales’ victory over Italy in Rome.

“Josh is available to us because it is a fallow week in the Six Nations,” Solomons said.

“He is fine. We rested him so he didn’t take part in practice on Monday.

“Having played back-to-back Tests and travelled from Italy I gave him a full 48 hours to recover.

“But he took part in today's session.”

Warriors rested many of their star players for last Friday's Premiership semi-final against Saracens and went down 38-22.

But Solomons said wing Bryce Heem, scrum-half Francois Hougaard, centre Francois Venter and prop Nick Schonert were all fit along with lock Michael Fatialofa who has recovered from a shoulder issue.

“Michael was in a situation where he wasn’t ready to play last week,” Solomons added.

“The medical advice was that he needed another week but he has been able to practise for two weeks which is good.

“I am reasonably positive in terms of players who will be available for selection this weekend.”