THE less than salubrious surroundings of Tórsvøllur are a far cry from those where Che Adams usually plies his trade in the Premier League.

Rather than put the striker off his game, they will remind him of his humble beginnings as he attempts to fire Scotland to victory over the Faroe Islands.

Adams has trips to Stamford Bridge, Anfield and The Emirates to look forward to with Southampton in the coming weeks but it is the World Cup clash at the 5,000 capacity stadium in Tórshavn that is top of the agenda.

The 25-year-old built his reputation in the lower leagues with Oadby Town and Ilkeston before he got the big break that has ultimately taken him to the top of the game in England.

And Adams is relishing the chance to shine on the international stage once again as he faces the side that he scored his first goals for Scotland against back in March.

Adams said: "I am the same as everyone, we're just looking forward to the game against the Faroes.

"I feel like that's all in the past and we can just look forward as a team and progress to the big stage and that's qualifying.

"Everyone's looking forward to it, it's going to be a tough game but I think we have enough to get us by.

"I am used to it all. I'll be alright. I think it's 3G, that's difficult circumstances but I think we have enough to make us progress and everyone's looking forward to it.

"Everyone is buzzing to be here. It's just a good feeling around the place, all the boys are happy with each other and the staff, so we're in a good place right now.

"It humbles you down. You are so used to playing in these big stadiums now but you never forget where you come from.

"That's the main thing for me and I am just relishing everything and taking it all in and carrying on and taking it in my strike.

"I need to get a couple more [goals] now. It's been long overdue, so I am looking forward to the weekend and the game next week. It's time to get a couple more goals."