Josh Adams joined Cardiff Blues ahead of the 2019-20 season having established himself as one of the most potent wings in the northern hemisphere.
Adams came through the ranks at the Scarlets but moved to Worcester Warriors in the search of first-team action where he forged his deadly reputation. During his three seasons at Sixways, Adams made 65 appearances, in which he scored 39 tries.
He made his international debut in the 2018 Six Nations and has remained a mainstay in the Wales set-up since. Adams started every game of the 2019 Grand Slam-winning Championship campaign and bagged crucial tries against England, Italy and Scotland.
The wing became top try scorer at the 2019 Rugby World Cup, helping Wales to a semi final by crossing the whitewash on seven occasions.
Adams made his Cardiff Blues debut in the Challenge Cup victory over Pau at Cardiff Arms Park, continuing his streak of form by crossing for a hat-trick of tries - becoming the first player in the regional era to achieve the feat on their debut.