WORCESTER Warriors boss Alan Solomons has eased concerns over the fitness of wing Josh Adams ahead of Saturday’s trip to Northampton Saints (3pm).

Solomons says he also does not envisage making many changes to the side that beat Gloucester 27-20 at Sixways at the weekend.

Adams had a bandage on his left wrist after the derby victory but after two days off the Wales ace has resumed training with the rest of his team-mates.

“He has just got a sprain, so it’s nothing to be honest,” Solomons said.

“He trained on Wednesday and is absolutely fine.

Speaking immediately after the victory over Gloucester Solomons admitted that he might look at rotating his side for the penultimate match of the season.

However when asked at Wednesday’s media session whether a number of changes were on the cards, Solomons replied: “I don’t think so.

“We had to wait and see how everybody fared after 48 hours but they have come through quite well, actually.

“That’s a real positive to see.

“Marco is the only player that has got a problem but GJ seamlessly reappears!”

After playing Saints Warriors will not be in action again until Saturday, May 18 when they end the season against Saracens at Sixways.

“That does help and one has got to consider that,” Solomons said.

“There will be a break so the lads will be off until next Thursday after this game.

“Then they will come in and we will start preparing for our last game against Saracens.”