FORMER Wrexham boss Dean Saunders is backing the Reds to achieve back to back to back promotions. 

The ex-Wales striker appeared on TalkSport this morning (May 8) to discuss Wrexham and he certainly has high hopes for the current team. 

The Reds secured promotion to League Two following a record-breaking season in which they amassed a whopping 111 points. 

Phil Parkinson's side now return to the Football League after a 15-year absence and Saunders is backing them to go up again next year. 

The Reds are 7/2 to win League Two next season and 10/11 for promotion according to the bookies. 


But Saunders isn't just backing them for promotion from League Two. 

He said: "I think they will win League Two. I think it's easier to win League Two than it is the National League.

"It's easier to win League Two, for a start only one team goes up in the National League, look at Notts County, hardly lost a game all season, they're 2-0 down yesterday, but managed to scrape through. 

"There's not a lot in it between the standard of the players and Wrexham's players have all played higher up. 

"They might even win League One. I think they're on a roll now. 

"I think the owners are determined to get the club up the leagues."