PAUL MULLIN was in the posh seats last time Wrexham played at The Racecourse.

The Reds’ top scorer was sat alongside the club’s millionaire movie star owners, Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds in The Racecourse’s new ‘Royal Box’ in the Mold Road Stand.

But it’s in the penalty box where he wants to hang out tomorrow to add more goals to his tally and put Wrexham’s push for promotion well and truly on track at home to Wealdston.

Mullin, last season’s League Two Golden Boot winner with Cambridge United, has scored in six consecutive league games and became the fastest player to hit 10 goals since Ray Smith reached double figures, also after 13 games, back in 1967.

“I’m enjoying it here and I know I’ve made the right decision to sign for this club,” said Mullin. “I talked about the ambition I saw here when I first signed. I want to be ambitious and the club reciprocated that in their ambitions for the future.

“And the support we get - home and away - is unbelievable.

“Now we’re hitting a bit of form after what was a tough start with a lot of away games.

“I’m happy to get to double figures goal-wise by the middle of November especially after a three-match ban and an injury. I need to kick on and get some more.

“It was good to come back into the side and score at King’s Lynn. I must admit I was a little bit apprehensive because of how well the lads had played at Aldershot. So it was good to get a goal.”

Mullin missed the away match at Southend United back in September where he watched the 2-2 Roots Hall encounter among the Reds travelling faithful.

“That was great,” added Mullin. “I love football, I’m a football fan so to be in there with the Wrexham supporters was fantastic.”

But what about his special invite to sit alongside the club’s owners for the Torquay home game on October 30?

“The owners asked me to go and sit with them and they are really good people, who are desperate for Wrexham to do well,” said Mullin.

“They are fans too and you could see that they loved coming over to Wrexham and watching a home game for the first time.

“They’re not like the usual football club owners, there’s no ego about them, they just really want success and to do well and keep being successful in their life. To sit with them was quite surreal.”

Nearly 10,000 watched that game and Mullin admits he loves the big match atmosphere as he aims to add to his tally tomorrow.

“It’s class the amount of fans we get watching us,” added the Liverpool-born marksman. “Playing in front of nearly 10,000 in every home game shows just how passionate the supporters are about the football club.

“We’ve had two good away wins and we’ve got to keep the run going at home.”