WREXHAM AFC star Paul Mullin has reacted to the mural of himself in the town centre. 

Ahead of the clubs return to the EFL, local artist Liam Stokes-Massey was busy painting a mural on the side of the Fat Boar, to honour the occasion. 

Last year, Liam was tasked with creating the mural to celebrate Wales' involvement in the World Cup and he was back at it again ahead of the League Two season. 

Mullin, who has yet to play for the Reds this season following the punctured lung he suffered during the pre-season tour has given his thoughts on the mural. 

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He said in a column for the Athletic: "A mural dedicated to me was unveiled just over a week ago on the side of The Fat Boar pub in Wrexham, where we celebrated promotion to League Two.

"I can’t wait to show Albi. I wonder whether he will recognise me. It’s not often you see your dad’s face painted on the side of a pub.

"I’m used to seeing murals around Anfield for Liverpool players. Now I have one in Wrexham and I couldn’t feel more grateful. Our fans are special."

The star striker has had a special relationship with the Reds fans since his move from Cambridge in 2021. 

So much so, that Mullin has revealed the cover of his new book, which features that moment after securing promotion. 

The iconic image of Mullin being adored by fans following the 3-1 win over Boreham Wood, which secured promotion back to the EFL. 

The book is set to be released on November 23 and will surely be an essential for all Wrexham fans.