IT just sounds too good be true.

The club being approached by two 'extremely well-known individuals of high net worth' who wanted to invest £2 million into the club.

That's what Wrexham Football Club told us all a few weeks and no wonder the fans bought into it at their online Special General Meeting where 97.5 per cent said yes to bringing the new owners on board.

And when Wednesday's news broke - exclusively in the Leader - that the two in question were Hollywood film stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, then WOW. Is this for real?

Members of the Wrexham Supporters Trust, who have run the club during the dark days of non-league football, want the good times to return.

Well, we all do.That's pretty obvious, especially in a world that is hopelessly failing to kill off the coronavirus crisis.

The 'yes' vote to kick-on with discussions was the only good thing to come out of a depressing day of looming lockdown and sports grounds - including Wrexham's iconic Racecourse - becoming no-go zones for fans until March.

By then the new Wrexham owners should be in control, looking forward to lavish champagne promotion parties, if all goes to plan with Dean Keates' red and white army.

It will be from Hollywood to Boreham Wood - that could be the title of any sport-documentary the two movie moguls may be planning - if Wrexham kick off the new National League season with a victory a week on Saturday.

How and why the mega-rich pair wanted to buy into Wrexham is the big story. That's the news everyone wants to hear and read about.

But for now, in the Trust we trust for getting this unbelievable deal across the line.

It may take time or it may be a case of just dotting the i's and crossing the t's. Then it's a scriptwriter's dream.

And dreaming is what Wrexham fans are doing now - and boy, do they deserve it.

The 21st Century hasn't been kind to the long-suffering Reds supporters.

Some would argue that one promotion in 2003 and never-to-be-forgotten cup wins at Wembley and Cardiff's magnificent Millennium Stadium constitute a good return.

But it's a return to the promised land of the Football League they all crave for.

Maybe that will be just the first step on what could become an incredible journey if this amazing chapter in Wrexham Football Club's long, proud history ever comes off.