CALLUM McManaman was the first arrival of the Tony Pulis regime, in January 2015.
* The FA Cup winner is tied in with the club until summer 2018, with a 12 month option.
* McManaman made his debut in the 2-2 Barclays Premier League draw against Burnley on February 8, 2015, but found subsequent appearances hard to come by due to minor injuries.
* The versatile winger started his early career at Everton before joining Wigan as a youngster in 2007.
* It was with Latics that he made his breakthrough, enjoying his first-team debut in 2009.
* A three-month loan spell with Blackpool followed in the first half of the 2011/12 season. But it was the following campaign in which he really made his mark for Wigan.
* McManaman registered 30 appearances for the Lancashire club, scoring six goals in total and three in the FA Cup, including one in the club’s semi-final success at Wembley as Wigan reached the final of the prestigious competition for the first time in their history.
* It was in the 2013 showpiece that the Merseyside-born midfielder put in a man of the match performance to help inspire Latics to a famous 1-0 victory over Manchester City.
* McManaman went on to make a further 44 appearances in 2013/14, finding the net four times, grabbing five goals in 23 during the opening half of the following campaign.
* The winger endured a frustrating 2015/16 campaign after suffering an ankle injury in January which ruled him out of action for two months.