BOBBY GRANT experienced ups and downs at Wrexham but the attacking midfielder has no regrets about his time at The Racecourse.

The 30-year-old has been released by the Reds who he initially joined on loan from Fleetwood Town in November 2018.

After making the move permanent in the January transfer window, Grant helped Wrexham reach the play-offs where the promotion dream was ended by Eastleigh in the elimination round.

After starting the 2019-20 season at the club, Grant was allowed to join Accrington Stanley on loan in January 2020 but he still finished last term - cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic - as Wrexham’s leading scorer with eight goals

Grant spent the 2020-21 campaign on loan at League Two side Oldham Athletic and his time at Wrexham has now officially come to an end, but he hasn’t got a bad word to say about the north Wales club despite failing to win over fans.

“A lot of people have opinions but they don’t know the real Bobby Grant. They don’t know me personally,” he said.

“It’s fine for them to have their own opinion but I have got nothing but good things to say.

“Wrexham is a fantastic club and it has got the platform to go on and do great things.

“For me personally, I thoroughly enjoyed my time there and I wish them all the best for the future.

“It was a new experience for me, I had never played in the National League in my 15 year career.

“It was a good experience and I will take that experience forward in a positive way.

“When I went back into League Two with Oldham, it was like a breath of fresh air; I’ve seen what it’s like in the National League and I’ve had another go in the Football League.”