WREXHAM AFC star Paul Mullin says it's been a 'crazy few years' for him as his new book is released.

The 29-year-old has become known throughout the world following his move to Wrexham from Cambridge United in 2021.

Wrexham's rise in popularity - due to the takeover of the club by Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney and the Welcome to Wrexham documentary - has seen Mullin become the poster boy for the Reds.

The striker's form in front of goal has been nothing short of sensational since arriving at the STok Cae Ras, netting 80 goals in just 103 appearances so far.

And his icon status at Wrexham was well and truly secured when he scored two memorable goals v Boreham Wood in a 3-1 win on the day that sent the club back to the EFL as National League champions back in April.

His life off the field has already been well documented in the previously mentioned documentary but now further tales about the Liverpudlian's life are set to be told in his new book.


'My Wrexham Story' was officially released on Thursday (November 23).

Taking to Twitter to reflect on that, Mullin said: "Release day! Thank you so much for all your messages, looking forward to hearing what you all think of the book. 

"It’s been a crazy few years Massive thank you to everyone that was involved in the process!"

Reds fans (and Mullin fans) had the chance to listen to Mullin talk during an evening promoting the book that was held earlier this week.

Attendees got their hands on signed copies of the book and listened to former Wrexham man Ben Foster's chat with Mullin on stage.

'My Wrexham Story' is a tale of Mullin's roots in Liverpool, the highs and lows of English football's promotion race, lessons learnt from his young son's (Albi) Autism diagnosis, and what happens when Hollywood comes knocking at your door."

It is available to buy from the likes of Amazon and Waterstones.