RYAN REYNOLDS has praised the efforts of locals who have left Wrexham looking 'spotless' after its epic open-top bus parade.

On Tuesday, May 2, over 40,000 people gathered at various parts of the city as three buses made their way through.

Both the men and womens teams of Wrexham AFC were given a hero's welcome on the day in recognition of their incredible achievements this season.

The men racked up a record-breaking 111 points as they won the National League title and returned to League Two for the first time since 2008.

The women won the Genero Adran North league in front of a record-breaking crowd of over 9,500 at The Racecourse.

Also among those partying were the club's star owners Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds.

Ryan has since taken to Twitter to praise those involved in the clean-up post parade.


Ally Owen posted a picture of Wrexham looking very tidy on Twitter.

She wrote: "What a difference 24 hours makes in the town (city) after the epic @Wrexham_AFC parade last night! Well done on the clean-up operation, spotless streets."

In reply, Ryan said: "What a job that must've been. What a night. What a town."

A huge summer now awaits for Wrexham before their long-awaited return to League Two.

The Reds will be taking on the likes of Premier League giants Chelsea and Manchester United over in the USA.