Well, well, well. It would appear that there remains a sting in the tail of this old season yet.

Wrexham's comprehensive thumping of Stockport County on Sunday, in front of a record crowd for the season, has reignited a title race that some thought dead after the game at Boreham Wood last Monday.

In last week's column, I attempted to issue something of a rallying cry to everyone around the club, inside and out, and everybody really did deliver.

A rowdy and febrile crowd helped Wrexham weather an early storm of Stockport pressure, before roaring the boys on to both a significant win and magnificent performance. And magnificent it was.

From the moment that Max Cleworth headed Antoni Sarcevic's goalbound shot off the line around the 20 minute mark, it was suddenly as though a reset button had been hit and Wrexham came roaring into life.

Two first half goals and a 46th minute third sucked the life out of Stockport who drifted through the rest of the second half in damage limitation mode.

Forty-four, or thereabouts, minutes later, it was all over. Wrexham had done enough to go top on goal difference and Stockport had done enough to earn themselves a thick ear from manager Dave Challinor

Now, there may be some readers of this column who are still a little fuzzy on what's required for Wrexham to lift the title at Dagenham on Sunday.

After last Sunday's result we were equal on points with Stockport and ahead on goal difference, thanks to Messrs Palmer, Mullin and Davies, amongst others.

We have one game left, them two including last night's game in hand against Torquay.

If we can match their points total over their next two games, we will be champions. This means that they can lose both, lose one, or draw twice and provided we win, we are champions.

In fact, if they lose both, we can also lose on Sunday. It's complicated.

There is also the scenario that sees us end the season on the same number of points and the same goal difference. Then things get very interesting.

First, it's goals scored, which currently favours us. Then, if that is the same, Wrex the Dragon and Stockport County mascot, Vernon Bear, have to meet at Lymm Services for a fistfight, with the winner determining the destination of the title.

By the time you read this, we will have a result from Stockport's midweek game. Whatever the outcome, it all comes down to the final day and I and 1,500 Wrexham fans will be at Dagenham, giving our all to help the boys reach the promised land.

After that, who knows, apart from a little trip to Wembley, but we are already making preparations for next season.

Discussions around pre-season, squad management and stadium improvements are all ongoing, while our participation in the Gateway Partnership's application to UK Government for Levelling-Up Fund Money to be put towards the funding of the Kop stand redevelopment remains a big focus.

Whatever happens on Sunday, there is much to look forward to in the football club's future.

A Title? Doesn't seem so out of place around these parts, these days.