Liverpool are close to finalising the transfer of Swedish goalkeeper Kristoffer Nordfeldt after the player revealed he has reached an agreement with the Anfield side.
Nordfeldt, 22, is currently a free agent after he left IF Brommapojkarna last summer and he told reporters in Sweden that he is on the verge of completing a move.
"It's really exciting. I'll be flying to Liverpool on Monday with my agent," Nordfeldt told FotbolDirekt.se - via talkSPORT.
"Of course it feels good but I don't want to get overexcited because of this. I'll just try to play it cool and see what they want to offer me.
"I know myself and have worked hard these last few months. I know that Liverpool likes me and has watched me for a long time. They like me so all I can do is believe in myself."
Nordfeldt made over 100 appearances for Brommapojkarna between 2006 and 201, and made his debut for Sweden in January 2011.
Liverpool have also completed the signing of Wrexham teenager Danny Ward, after the 18-year-old confirmed he had undergone a medical at Melwood on Monday.
The Wales Under-19 international will join the Merseysiders' Academy for a reported fee of £100,000.
Dalglish confirmed on Monday that the club would not conduct any further transfer activity before Tuesday's deadline, but added: "Apart from a young goalkeeper coming from Wrexham and that is the Academy."