High Wycombe-born pop star Leigh-Anne Pinnock could be in line for her first number one album with Little Mix, days after releasing their fourth studio album.

The popular girl group's Glory Days looks set to become one of the fastest selling albums of the year, five years after the band's rise to fame after winning The X Factor in 2011.

Along with Perrie, Jade and Jesy, former Sir William Ramsay school student and Downley resident Leigh-Anne is currently one of the biggest names in the music industry.

Yet, despite their huge success they are yet to secure a number one album.

While making the top five in the official charts, previous albums DNA (2012), Salute (2013) and last year's Get Weird, fell short of the top spot.

However, the signs are good for Glory Days after selling more than 64,000 copies halfway through its first week.

The girls still face competition from heavy metal band Metallica's 10th studio album Hardwired...to Self-Destruct.

A win for the American rockers, formed in 1981, would be their first number one since Death Magnet in 2008.

Meanwhile, Bruno Mars's 24K Magic is set to join the top five at number three, while Michael Ball and Alfie Boe's Together and Elvis Presley's The Wonder Of You, take fourth and fifth place.