WREXHAM AFC striker, Paul Mullin has taken to Twitter to reveal how much he is enjoying his role as patron for autism charity, YourSpace. 

The goal-scorer has become something of a cult hero since arriving from Cambridge United to the Racecourse back in 2021.

Dubbed by the Wrexham faithful as 'Super Paul Mullin', the forward is proving to be just that on and off the field for all things Wrexham.

The 28-year-old announced last month that he will be teaming up with Llay-based charity YourSpace, who provide activities to and act as a social club for children, young people and young adults with autism.

In a recent tweet, Mullin revealed his enjoyment meeting those involved with the charity: "Really enjoyed kicking off my partnership with the Charity Your Space last week, meeting the kids that benefit from the continuous support and the staff that make it all happen. Looking forward to working together in the future as Your Space mark their 10th anniversary."



In January of this year, Mullin revealed that his son, Albie had been diagnosed with autism.

He unveiled a new pair of boots in relation to that ahead of his side's FA Cup tie with Sheffield United.

During that same match, he continued to live up to his classy reputation as he wore a pair of noise-cancelling headphones to walk out onto the pitch alongside club mascot Harry, who also has autism.