WREXHAM AFC's star man has dedicated his latest pair of boots to his son who was recently diagnosed as autistic.

Paul Mullin has become the main man at the Racecourse since making his move from Cambridge United back in 2021.

The star striker has already netted over 50 goals for the club during that time and has proven to be the difference for the club time and time again.

And his latest heart-warming gesture has captured the hearts of fans once again.

Ahead of the massive FA Cup clash against Sheffield United at home on Sunday, January 29, Mullin unveiled his new boots in tribute to his son Albi. 

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The 28-year-old announced via Twitter that his son had just recently been diagnosed with autism.

He wrote: "Last week my little boy was diagnosed with autism luckily I have great people around me to help.

"Albi being Autistic doesn’t mean nothing he’s a happy and healthy boy no different to anyone else! Just a few hurdles in his way that am sure he will clear! #autismawareness"

Mullin's new boots featured Albi's name on them along with a jigsaw-piece style heart synonymous with autsim awareness.

Many Wrexham fans were quick to praise their star man for the gesture underneath his Tweet.

Emma Touhey wrote: "What a great attitude as his Dad, he will absolutely smash those hurdles with his loving family around him! Go Albi."

Simon Johnson wrote: "My eldest has just turned 20 and has autism. She is non-verbal and uses Makaton to communicate but she’s happy and healthy and that’s all that matters. I’ve no doubt Albi will be the same."

Shaun Winter, the painter who featured on the Welcome to Wrexham documentary, added: "Absolutely brilliant mate! Go and grab one for him on Sunday!......my little brother is autistic mate and he is the happiest lad you could ever wish to meet! He loves life."

The boot design was put together for Mullin by Wrexham-based Zebra Customs.

The business, run by John White, took to Twitter to write: "Can’t have customs without @PMullin7!

"A special pair with the signature puzzle heart design that represents Autism. Another pair dedicated to little Albi.

“Why fit in when you were born to stand out” Dr.Seuss. Keep an eye out for these on Sunday."

Even Wrexham co-chairman Ryan Reynolds couldn't help but comment on the new boots.

He wrote: "Super Paul Mullin. Being Super."

Let's hope the stand-out pair of Nikes can help Mullin grab a goal or two as Wrexham look to reach the fifth round of the FA Cup come Sunday evening.

The match against Championship club Sheffield United kicks off at 4.30pm and will be live on BBC.