Goalkeeper in line for prizeLatics' goalkeeper Mark Oxley is in line for a prize after starring in an interactive penalty shootout.
Oxley (pictured) took part in the event during a visit by Latics' first-team squad to the National Football Museum.
And Oxley recorded the highest score from any visitor who has played the game.
If Oxley is still top of the leaderboard on December 23rd, he will win a signed shirt from Sir Geoff Hurst, England's 1966 World Cup final hero.
Latics paid a trip to the National Football Museum after training yesterday.
It afforded the players the opportunity to learn more about the history of the beautiful game as well as having some fun as they played inter-active games.
It was also designated Christmas jumper day as the players and staff got into the festive spirit - Jonson Clarke-Harris even went dressed as Father Christmas.
The group later paid a visit to the Christmas markets.