PETER MOORE has confirmed he will assume an advisory role when Hollywood stars Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds become the new owners of Wrexham Football Club.

The actors told fans during a recent zoom meeting that hiring a proven chief executive to run the club in their absence is key to their plans for success at the club.

McElhenney dropped a huge hint that businessman Moore, who completed a three-year stint as CEO of Liverpool Football Club in August, was the man to fill the position when he tweeted on Saturday evening: "Never get into an airplane unless you trust the people flying it. @Wrexham_AFC @VancityReynolds @LFC @PeterMooreLFC."

However, Moore has replied by stating that he will not be chief executive but will "help as an advisor" when McElhenney and Reynolds complete their takeover at The Racecourse.

Moore tweeted: "I marveled at Albert Kinsey’s nose for goal, idolized the brick wall that was Eddie May, was in awe of the midfield ace Arfon Griffiths, and reveled in the 100% commitment of Joey Jones. Delighted to be able to help @RMcElhenney and @VancityReynolds get @Wrexham_AFC back again.

"I’ll provide help as an advisor to the club that gave me so many great moments in the historic seasons of the 70’s, and to the community in which I lived before leaving for the US...not be as an employee or in a full-time capacity, but just as someone that wants to give back."