Boselli has had a tought time since joining the Latics and his first season with the club was a big disappointment as he was loaned out to Italian club Genoa after Christmas.
The goal scoring forward then spent the majority of last season on loan with his former club Estudiantes.
Now, with the Latics well and truely revolutionised to the Martinez ethic of playing football the scene would appear to be set for Boselli to have a fair crack at the Premier League.
With his return to Wigan schedule for next week, manager Roberto Martinez told the Wigan Evening Post: “Mauro will be joining us next Monday, and we are all very excited about that.
“He has just had a very challenging season at Estudiantes, where it was extremely difficult for the team as a whole. But in the second half of the campaign, you started to see the best of Mauro.
“He scored plenty of important goals, and he was showing a real enjoyment of his football again.
“Mauro has also had some very good news in his private life recently, he has just become a dad, and we are all very pleased for him.
“I just feel now is the right time for him to come back to Wigan and settle back in to life in England, and be himself as he has been able to do back home.”