Doncaster boss Sean O'Driscoll has confirmed he has made an enquiry about the possibility of signing Wolves forward Andy Keogh.[LNB] O'Driscoll is keen to reunite Keogh in attack along with former Scunthorpe team-mate Billy Sharp following Sharp's arrival from Sheffield United earlier this week.[LNB]Wolves are thought to be open to offers for Keogh after the Republic of Ireland international dropped down the pecking order at Molineux.[LNB]O'Driscoll has admitted he has asked about Keogh, but insists he has yet to make an offer for the 24-year-old.[LNB]"To put Andy and Billy together again is something to consider," said O'Driscoll.[LNB]"You talk to a lot of clubs about players without making a concrete offer and we have done that with Andy Keogh.[LNB]"It will all depend on what Andy's situation is with Wolves. He knows a lot of our players and he is certainly someone who interests us." [LNB]Sharp revealed he has spoken to Keogh about a possible move to the Keepmoat Stadium and he believes the player is keen on a move to Doncaster.[LNB]"Keogh is one of my good mates. He has mentioned it to me, he wants to play football like me and Doncaster are interested in him," said Sharp. [LNB]"I think if Mick McCarthy would let him go out on loan then he will come here. If he does come here then it would be a brilliant addition to the squad."