Barnsley have completed the signing of former Nottingham Forest striker Gerry McDonagh.
The 20-year-old will be added to the Reds' development squad, which is overseen by Martin Devaney.
McDonagh was with Forest from a young age and made one senior appearance.
He netted five goals in 22 appearances while on loan with Wrexham in the National League and scored once for Cambridge United in a spell which saw him make 13 appearances.
“I’m absolutely delighted to have signed for Barnsley,” McDonagh said.
“I’ve always known it is a big club, and when I was at Nottingham Forest we used to play against Barnsley all the time at youth level.
“The experience of playing men’s first team football has benefitted me hugely, it’s a lot different from under 23s in terms of playing in front of a crowd and the step-up in quality.
“I want to do well for the under 23s and eventually, at some point, get into the first team and make my debut for this club.”