Manchester City youngster Liam Delap has joined Championship side Stoke City on loan for the duration of the 2022-23 campaign.
The 19-year-old burst onto the scene with a goal on his senior debut for City in an EFL Cup tie two years ago and has gone on to make five further first-team appearances.
Delap was part of City's squad for last weekend's 4-0 thrashing of Bournemouth, but Pep Guardiola confirmed after the game that the teenage striker would soon go out on loan.
The Premier League champions announced on Thursday that Delap has followed in father Rory's steps by joining Stoke, who saw off competition from a number of other clubs.
Stoke boss Michael O'Neill told the club's official website: "It's no secret that we have been looking to bring Liam to the club.
"We have been in dialogue with City for some time now and had the opportunity a few weeks ago to outline our plans for Liam.
"We are grateful to them for the trust they have placed in us and we are really excited about working with Liam."
Delap, who is under contract at the Etihad Stadium until July 2026, is eligible to make his Stoke debut in Saturday's home match with Sunderland.
O'Neill's side have made a slow start to their Championship campaign, with four points from their first four matches.