A POPULAR Wrexham band brought a tear to Rob McElhenney's eye as they performed a song about the actor live in front of him.

The It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia star and Wrexham co-owner was spotted in the Turf pub on Saturday night (October 22).

Rob joined locals and pub landlord Wayne Jones at the pub next to the Racecourse as Wrexham drew 1-1 at Boreham Wood - a result which kept them second in the National League table.

And if that wasn't enough to make the club's co-owner proud, then the next part of the trip to the pub was certain to.

Declan Swans were on hand to perform their 'Always Sunny in Wrexham' single live in front of the Turf faithful and Rob later in the evening.

The song is an ode to both Rob and co-owner Ryan Reynolds' takeover of the club and how it will surely help turn the club's fortunes around.

The chorus goes as follows; "Less than a mile from the centre of town, a famous old stadium was crumbling down. No one invested so much as a penny, bring on the Deadpool and Rob McElhenney."

It's a song which can be heard ringing around the Racecourse on a matchday these days and one which Rob is quite clearly proud to be a part of too.

A video shared to Declan Swans' Tiktok page showed a visibly emotional Rob watching on as the pub sings his tune.

@declanswans Mind gone! #foryou #ryanreynolds #robmcelhenney #wrexham #welcometowrexham #fyp ♬ Unholy - Sam Smith & Kim Petras

Other videos shared to social media showed Rob wiping a tear away from his eye as he listened on at the Turf.

Rob was also spotted at Wrexham Ladies' 5-2 win over Llandudno on Sunday afternoon.

He has also been on a tour of local businesses this week, appearing at Wrexham Lager and the Miners Rescue Station and also praising the Wrexham Foodbank for the 'incredible' work they do.

The next stop of Rob's tour could very well be the Racecourse for Wrexham's clash against Halifax Town tonight.