RYAN REYNOLDS is remaining positive despite a run of four defeats in a row for Wrexham AFC.

The Wrexham fairy-tale has been ongoing since Ryan and friend and fellow actor Rob McElhenney took over as co-chairmen of the club in February 2021.

This week marks three years since that incredible journey began for the pair, the club and the Wrexham community.

And it's been a real success story to date with promotion to the EFL complete and  the Welcome to Wrexham documentary helping to put the club and the community on the map.

With all of that, it's easy to forget how far the Reds have come sometimes down the years - but it seems Deadpool actor Ryan is remaining grounded and hopeful in the race for back-to-back promotions.

Wrexham currently sit fifth in the EFL League Two table as they chase a promotion to the third-tier.


But, a run of four defeats in a row (three of those coming in the league) has potentially put a slight dent in those hopes.

Today (February 10), Bradford City secured a last-gasp 1-0 win at the STok Cae Ras to condemn the Reds to their latest loss.

And, while it's easy to lose faith when your team starts losing sometimes, Ryan is staying positive in the face of the latest tough run for the club.

Taking to X (formerly Twitter) to give his thoughts after the match, he said: "We have all the tools. Just need to put it together. I love this squad."

Praising Wrexham's opponents, he added: "The entire Bradford City squad played with so much heart today. Congrats."

Wrexham next face Sutton United away on Tuesday night (February 13) as they look to return to winning ways.

That will be followed by a home match against last season's National League promotion rivals Notts County on Saturday (February 17).