Swansea are on the verge of completing the signing of Dutch striker Cedric van der Gun.
The former Ajax forward has been in talks with the Championship club and has visited the Swans' facilities after they increased their initial offer.
The 30-year-old, who is a free agent after leaving FC Utrecht when his contract expired this summer, has undergone a medical at the Liberty Stadium and is set to put pen to paper on what is believed to be a two-year contract.
Van der Gun, who spent a season with German giants Borussia Dortmund, has already turned down European football with several top Dutch clubs and at least two other Championship teams have inquired about his services.
But his agent, Karel Jansen, has confirmed that Swansea are set to win the race for the former Under 21 international and reunite him with former ADO Den Haag team-mates Ferrie Bodde and Dorus de Vries.
"We are still talking and we had a good meeting [on Tuesday]," Jansen told the Western Mail.
"You never know what can happen in football, but it looks positive. I am hopeful the deal can be concluded.
"We are much closer to reaching a deal and Swansea are the club we are focusing on. There have been other interested clubs, but Swansea are the only one we are talking to now.
"Cedric has been shown round the club and the training ground and he really liked what he saw. He also had a good conversation with the manager and liked what he had to say. The whole day was very positive.
"You can always encounter problems in football so we have to wait until the contract is signed. But it looks good at the moment."
Swans boss Paulo Sousa has also taken another Dutchman, midfielder Dominique van Dijk, and Congo international striker Matt Moussilou on a week's trial.
The experienced Van Dijk has played for the likes of Sparta Rotterdam, FC Groningen and FC Volendam in the Dutch Eredivisie, while Moussilou was with French sides Marseille, Saint-Etienne and Lille before being released by Nice this summer.
The 27-year-old, who scored on his international debut in a 1-1 draw with Morocco last month, has also had a loan stint with Al-Arabi in Qatar.
Both players will have the chance to impress for the reserves against Swindon on Thursday.