Swansea have confirmed that they have agreed personal terms with Middlesbrough striker Leroy Lita.
A £1.75million fee was agreed between the two clubs earlier in the week and the 26-year-old is now expected to undergo a medical on Tuesday.
Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers knows Lita from their time together at former club Reading, and the Premier League new-boys' chairman, Huw Jenkins, has repeated that the forward was a top target.
"Myself and Brendan are delighted to come to an agreement with Leroy,'' Jenkins told Swansea's official website.
"As I have said previously, Leroy was one of the manager's main targets when he arrived in Swansea a year ago.''
Rodgers said: "Leroy is a proven goalscorer. It would be a fantastic deal for this club.
"Our supporters would love him because he is a player that is loved by the supporters of every team he plays for.''
Lita joined Middlesbrough on a free transfer from Reading in 2009.
He scored eight times for Middlesbrough in his first season, before finishing the last campaign as second top scorer with 12 goals.