A WREXHAM fan is thrilled after the club's co-owner Rob McElhenney tweeted about his artwork.

A photo of Aiden Stott, 37, originally from Wrexham but now living in Manchester, was tweeted with him holding a picture of the club's badge featuring the names of Rob and co-owner Ryan Reynolds.

Rob tweeted: "Love it, Aiden! Look out for that new kit coming your way!"

Aiden, who has cerebral palsy, told the Leader he was thrilled to see Rob's tweet in response to the tweet by his sister Cheryl and is looking forward to wearing the new TikTok sponsored Wrexham AFC shirt.

He said: "I was really excited about Rob writing this tweet.

"I think the new shirt is awesome."

The “Wrexham born-and-bred” football enthusiast first came to Rob's attention when he was trying to raise money to install an adapted bath in his new Manchester flat.

The Wrexham season ticket holder and founder of the Wrexham AFC Disabled Supporters Trust had moved to Manchester to be closer to Cheryl.

After seeing the appeal, Rob donated the full target amount of £6,000.

At the time Aiden said: “Our little sleepy town and our sleeping giant of a football club, it’s definitely going to be going places now. Definitely back in the league in the next couple of years, we hope!”