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14 December 2011, 11:42 | Updated: 14 December 2011, 11:44
The 'Warzone' singers admit their popularity is growing as they look to secure a major management deal across the pond.
The Wanted have revealed that they are on the verge of signing a huge management deal which will help them break into the American market.
Singer Tom Parker admitted the 'All Time Low' band are already beginning to attract attention from American radio stations.
Speaking to the Daily Star, he said: "Glad You Came has just been added to the playlist on Kiss FM in LA, so that's about 40 adds in America now. It's growing really fast for us."
He added: "We're speaking to a really big management so once that deal is done and we get a few more radio adds I think it's going to really take off."
Jay McGuiness also confessed that the band have no plans to isolate their fans during their time in America but will make every effort to be as successful as possible.
He said: "We're prepared to do the whole touring thing in America. Our fans at home know, because we do the online stuff so religiously, every week we email and are on Twitter, it's not like we're going to disappear like some acts do."
Meanwhile, The Wanted were recently pictured joking around and pulling faces with Jessie J at an awards show.