WREXHAM'S star striker Paul Mullin says he's been 'overwhelmed' by the scenes which followed the club's promotion back to the English Football League.

The Reds ended 15-years of hurt when they beat Boreham Wood 3-1 on Saturday, April 22 and also won the National League title in the process.

That sparked sensational scenes at the Racecourse as fans rushed onto the pitch to celebrate with Wrexham's players and staff.

One of the key figures in that quest for promotion this season has once again been the prolific Paul Mullin.

The forward has smashed in a ridiculous 46 goals in just 50 appearances in all competitions this season, 38 of those coming in the league.

The 28-year-old has taken to social media since that memorable Saturday evening to praise the club and its fans.


Taking to Twitter, Mullin wrote: "What a night this club is special! Memories made forever."

He also revealed that there was a dose of reality for him just days after becoming a champion as he was back on the school run!

In a separate Instagram post, the striker added: "Back from the school run and still overwhelmed the support this Town has given us all is phenomenal. You dreamed, We delivered!"

Up next for Wrexham is their final National League match against Torquay United this coming Saturday (April 29).