MICHAEL CHAMBERS didn’t stay long at Wrexham last season but has paid a glowing tribute to the fans who support The Reds.

Brought into the club by former boss Bryan Hughes last summer, central defender Chambers played 12 games in the National League and featured in the Scottish Challenge Cup in a five month spell at The Racecourse.

He wasn’t part of new boss Dean Keates’ plans and left the club on January 7, ending the season at Billericay.

But the club certainly left an impression on him and the former Chelmsford player told the Time Added On podcast: “Wrexham is a massive club, if you know Non-League you know Wrexham is a massive club.

“The town itself is Wrexham crazy, it’s like all of the town on a Saturday goes to the game.

“If you walk around the town when there is a home game, there’s probably nobody there.

“You get 6,000 fans to a game, it’s a massive club with massive, massive ambitions.”