WREXHAM star Paul Mullin has thanked fans who turned out for the club's 'incredible' open-top bus parade.

Over 40,000 people piled into the city to give both the men and women's teams a hero's welcome following the success of both teams this season.

Three buses departed the Racecourse as star owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney also joined in with the party.

There was catchy chants and red pyros aplenty as fans celebrated what has been a hugely-successful season for the club after so many years of darkness.


And one of the club's star men has been quick to thank the fans who turned out to support the players and coaches.

Striker Paul Mullin hailed the support shown on the night as 'next level'. 

He said: "Thanks very much to everyone who turned out last night! What an incredible evening! Your support has been unbelievable all season but last night was next level! #WREXHAM"

Mullin and co will now look forward to a return to League Two in the 2023/24 season.

That will be the first time Wrexham has played in the English Football League since 2008.