WREXHAM will continue to be star attractions when Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenny become owners but Shaun Pearson says things will "calm down" when the takeover is completed.

The Reds have enjoyed global publicity since it was announced Reynolds and McElhenney were coming on board and there will be no let-up in exposure when the actors take control at The Racecourse.

It has been a whirlwind few months for Wrexham and Pearson believes things will start to settle down when the takeover goes through.

"Things are slowly changing around the scenes now," said Pearson.

"More people are coming in so it will be interesting to see how they put their ideas what they want and whatever they are doing going forwards.

"Hopefully that will calm down in that sense and everybody knows who is in what position so to speak, and we can just concentrate on football."

Wrexham, beaten by Leamington on a penalty shoot-out in the third round of the FA Trophy on Saturday, don't have a Boxing Day fixture because scheduled opponents Macclesfield were wound-up before the season began.

But with the Reds playing games behind closed doors because of the coronavirus crisis, Pearson admits the traditional crowd-pulling fixture wouldn't be the same in front of empty stands.

"It is not going to the same anyway because the Boxing Day fixture is usually a bit more special because there is usually big crowds and a great atmosphere so we wouldn't have had that anyway," added Pearson, who will be back in action at Stockport on Monday.

"Obviously it would be nice to play but it is what it is and we just have to get on with it.

"It was a big win for us at Weymouth because we know we are not going to play much to keep ourselves in the mix and amongst it."