THE takeover has improved Wrexham's chances of finally clinching promotion back to the Football League but Fleur Robinson stressed the importance of the club also making a difference in the community under Hollywood owners.

Actors Rob McElhenney and Rob Reynolds took control at The Racecourse in February and in their mission statement, the duo said: "Our goal is to grow the team, return it to the EFL in front of increased attendances at an improved stadium while making a positive difference to the wider community in Wrexham."

Wrexham are preparing for a 14th season in non-league and whilst returning supporters will be eager to see a successful team under new manager Phil Parkinson, chief executive Robinson says the club has a big part to play off-the-field in the local area.

"It is fantastic with the co-chairmen involved and the mission and the aims that they want to achieve," said Robinson.

"Equally, the vision that they have got in terms of that community element and that equal balance between the success of the football team and the club, and what that then delivers into the community, definitely hooked me.

"That is what I have been brought up on all my life in football and making sure that the brand of the football club delivers a wealth of support to that local community.

"Whether you are a football fan or not, we need to be able to have projects around the community that everybody can tap into, and use the resources and the brand to make a difference."

Robinson left her role as commercial director at Burton Albion to become Wrexham's new chief executive officer.

She oversaw the Brewers' rise from non-league to the Championship and took up her new position on June 1.

Despite Wrexham having wealthy owners, Robinson says the club still has to be sustainable.

"It's gone really quick," said Robinson. "There has been an awful lot to do to be ready for the season to start but I think we are making good progress and getting to know the team.

"With any chief executive, I have got the responsibility of running the club and the key aim is to make sure that we deliver the aims of the co-chairmen that have been so widely publicised.

"It is great that we have got some key people, advisors, supporting us along the way; supporting me to make sure that strategies that we put in place are delivered with the principles that the co-chairmen have set out.

"With any club it has got to be sustainable so whatever we do here, the foundations have got to be put in place for the longevity of the football club.

"With the previous Trust, everybody has done a lot of hard work over the years to keep the club going and we need to move on now it terms of growing that fanbase, growing the facility and everything thing else to hopefully achieve that for Football League status.

"But at the end of the day, it is important that the club is sustainable and can stand on its own two feet."