Swansea City manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed the club have made an offer to sign Cliftonville's teenage striker Rory Donnelly.
Skysports.com revealed earlier in the week that the Swans are one of three clubs to have bid for Donnelly, who is also interesting Peterborough United and Brentford.
Donnelly, who is a Northern Ireland Under 21 international, has been in impressive form for Cliftonville this season and has previously been linked with the likes of Sunderland and Birmingham City.
The 19-year-old is rated as one of the best prospects to emerge from Northern Ireland in recent years and compatriot Rodgers is keen to finalise a deal.
Rodgers is waiting for Cliftonville's response to Swansea's offer and is optimistic he can add Donnelly to the Premier League club's squad.
"The club have made an offer and we are waiting to find out on that one," said Rodgers in the South Wales Evening Post.
"We'll try to get an agreement with Cliftonville and once we do that, we have the chance to speak to the player. He is a talented young boy."