ROB McElhenney has hinted that Wrexham AFC could once again be off to Las Vegas at the end of the season. 

Last year, Rob and Reds co-chairman Ryan Reynolds paid for the squad's end of season party in Las Vegas. 

After their record-breaking campaign which saw them lift the National League title, the players enjoyed VIP treatment at some of the most exclusive clubs and pool parties in the area and were treated like 'royalty' according to club captain Ben Tozer

Rob and partner Kaitlin Olson also joined the players to celebrate their successes. 

The Leader: Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenneyRyan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney (Image: N/A)

Tozer added: "The treatment we’ve had, it’s almost like royalty, it’s so surreal, the owners are just incredible.

"There have been talks already from the owners about a possible private jet next time."

Fast forward a year, and the Reds are sat second in League Two with four games to play. 

Eight points from their final four games would be enough to secure back to back promotions and would mark a return to League One, 20 years after they were last there.

Saturday's 2-1 win at Colchester United could prove to be vital in the race for the automatic promotion places as Paul Mullin's 100th goal for the club and Max Cleworth's late winner meant Wrexham took all three points. 

21-year-old Cleworth, who came through the academy set up at Wrexham has played a key part in the club's successes this year and following his late goal at the weekend, Rob hinted at plans for the end of the season. 


Rob said on X: "Hey @maxcleworth88 you’re old enough for Vegas this year. Just sayin…"

The young centre-back was too young to go to Las Vegas with the rest of the squad last year as Nevada Law's state that you must be over 21 to visit. 

If Phil Parkinson's side do clinch another promotion, who knows what Rob and Ryan will sort for the players this year.