IT’S been a huge 2021 for Che Adams. From joining the Scotland set-up and playing in the Euro 2020 finals and now to helping the side to a seeded World Cup play-off place.

Asked to sum it up, he couldn’t. Its exceeded the Southampton striker’s expectations, but he made himself a huge part of the journey to World Cup qualification bagging the second goal in the 2-0 win over Denmark.

And for Adams it’s all about what’s to come, not the successes he’s tasted so far in a Scotland shirt.

“You can’t put it into words”, said Adams of his journey in the national set-up. “How many times I’ve been capped, the performances we’ve played in.

"It’s a good bunch of lads here, tight-knit and that’s what the manager has made us do.  He’s brought everyone together and you can see that on the pitch.

“We’re looking forward now with positivity and self-belief because tonight was outstanding from everyone. We really deserved that tonight.

“It’s a great performance from everyone, I think we fully deserved the three points. We are looking forward now, no looking back.”

Adams sealed the win with a composed finish past Kasper Schmeichal in the Denmark goal sending the Tartan Army into party mode. And Adams reckons with the backing at Hampden the sky is the limit for Scotland.

“You know once the fans are here and everyone is here together, there is no telling what we can do.

“We know what we are capable of and we just have to believe that.

“It’s always nice to score but the most important thing was to win and we did that.

“I’ve been in a couple of situations like that before and snatched at things, I just took my time this time and was happy to see it hit the back of the net.”