JAMES JENNINGS has one regret from his time with Wrexham.

And that’s not being able to have helped the Reds end their Football League exile.

Jennings, who was one of five players that boss Dean Keates was keen to speak to regarding a new deal, ended his three-and-a-half year stay at The Racecourse on Tuesday before signing for Stockport County alongside brother Connor on Thursday.

The 32-year-old left-back has thoroughly enjoyed his time in north Wales, but will always have look back knowing that he was unable to give the club’s loyal supporters the promotion they craved.

“It’s the only bad thing,” said Jennings, signed from Forest Green, regarding the failure to help Wrexham into League Two.

“Literally everything else has been great and it’s just a shame we couldn’t get over the line after coming close a few times.

“I know how special it would have been for everyone associated with the club to have won promotion and it’s a shame that we couldn’t quite achieve what we set out to do.

“Ive not doubt the club will return to the Football League one day and I will still be cheering them on.

“It’s been a great three-and-a-half years for me at Wrexham and a time I won’t forget.”