WREXHAM boss Phil Parkinson has confirmed his players are once again off to Las Vegas to celebrate their promotion success. 

The Reds secured back-to-back promotions last week following their 6-0 win over Forest Green Rovers at the SToK Cae Ras. 

Parkinson's side did it with two matches to go, with the last game of the season taking place against League Two winners Stockport County on Saturday. 

After their success in the National League last season, owners Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds sent all the players on a four day all expenses paid trip to Las Vegas. 

The players were treated like "royalty" as they enjoyed the VIP treatment at pool parties and nightclubs during their time in the states. 

Last night, the Reds boss confirmed that his players are heading back to sin city at the end of the season. 

He told TalkSport: “The lads are going to Vegas again. I’ll let the lads get on with that, it's good for them to have time away from the staff."

Rob had already hinted at another Vegas trip after suggesting that Max Cleworth was now old enough to go following his vital winner at Colchester United. 

Cleworth wasn't old enough to go with the squad last year due to being under 21, but this year the young centre half will be on the plane over to America. 

Parkinson also added that the Always Sunny star will be in Wrexham for Saturday's game, although co-chairman Ryan won't be. 


He added: “Rob’s coming over this weekend, Ryan can’t make it. I’m in constant dialogue with them, they’re really invested in it.

“I’ve got to emphasise the lift to the area, what Rob and Ryan have done with the success of the football team. You’ve almost got to come to Wrexham to really believe it and see it.

"Obviously the Hollywood aspect and the documentary out there is great, but actually in Wrexham itself, the lift in the area has been nothing short of sensational.

"It’s been great to be a part of that, I’ve moved over to the area and I’ve lived through that with the supporters and I’ve really enjoyed that."