PETER MOORE jumped at the chance to help owners-elect Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney so he can "give back" to a club that has provided him with so many happy memories over the years.

The Hollywood stars are close to completing their takeover of the club and Moore, who completed a three-year stint as CEO of Liverpool Football Club in August and has held high profile roles at the likes of Reebok, Sega and Microsoft, will work as an advisor when the actors take control at The Racecourse.

Once a teacher at Ysgol Dinas Bran, Llangollen, and honourary president of Gresford Athletic who he played for during the 1960s and 1970s, Moore is also a keen Wrexham supporter who saw some of the best teams in the club's history.

Wrexham face an exciting future under Reynolds and McElhenney, with Moore delighted to be on board.

"I am excited to be able to help in any way," said Moore.

"I got approached by Rob via Inner Circle who are helping the guys.

"As a lad I went to The Racecourse many times. I played at The Racecourse for Wrexham Schoolboys and was able to enjoy, in particular, the teams of John Neal.

"The opportunity to somehow provide a little bit of help and my experiences in the world, most recently at Liverpool but in my previous life in video games in particular, and all the way back to Reebok and Patrick, it is a pleasure for me to help.

"It is not a job but it is delightful to have the opportunity to give back and provide some advice."

The club has been under Wrexham Supporters Trust ownership since 2011 but members voted overwhelmingly in favour of Reynolds and McElhenney taking over and Moore says it is "fascinating" what the duo want to achieve with the club.

"We can be very comfortable in the intentions of Rob and Ryan," added Moore.

"Having spoken with Rob as recently as last Saturday at my home in Santa Barbara, we had a lengthy chat which was fascinating for me as to their intentions and their objectives.

"Ultimately, exciting times not just for the football club but for the town itself.

"The sale isn't finalised yet, I think there are still a couple of weeks of diligence, or what have you, to go yet.

"But obviously the ratification from Wrexham Supporters Trust is there and hopefully just go through the formalities."