Coventry City have taken Jonson Clarke-Harris on loan.
The striker was with City's Academy after being found playing football in a park in Leicester, and became the club's youngest ever player when Aidy Boothroyd fielded him as a substitute in the League Cup defeat at Morecambe.
He was not offered a deal with City and moved to Peterborough who loaned him out to Southend and Bury before he joined Oldham.
Clarke-Harris joins on loan from Rotherham United, who signed him in 2014 and Mark Robins told the club website about him: "We’re delighted to get the deal over the line to add Jonson to the squad.
“He is a strong, powerful, athletic striker who adds further threat and presence to our attacking line-up.
“He is a player who will add greatly to our promotion push, and we look forward to working with him.”