Latics' on-loan winger David Worrall aims to end his spell with the club unbeaten in the league.
The forward, who signed on loan from Rotherham United in January, has been a mainstay in the Latics lineup that has gone seven games unbeaten and the winger believes aims to finish the season positively.
He said: "We're unbeaten in seven now and out of the 14 games I've been here, we've only lost two or three so my record for the club is alright. I'd like to get a few more wins and finish the season on a high.
"We still need points but we've got our own aim. That is to go unbeaten until the end of the season, get closer to mid-table and finish on well."
Speaking about his future, the former Bury player expressed his ambition to stay with the club beyond his current loan spell.
"I'd love to stay here. The lads, staff and gaffer know I'd like to stay here. I think it would be a good move for me because I've been getting games and that's what I was missing at the start of the season," stated Worrall.
"I love the way I've been treated here but the decision is not in my hands."
The midfielder reflected on his time with Oldham Athletic and highlighted the dramatic turnaround against Peterborough United as his favourite memory.
"I'll never play in another game like that again. At half time it was a real low, but coming off the pitch it felt like we'd won the cup final. It will never happen again my career," commented the 23-year-old.