PAUL MULLIN wants to crown a hugely productive season on a personal note by making it a successful season for Wrexham.

The striker has won the National League Golden Boot after finishing his first campaign at The Racecourse with 26 goals, two more than Chesterfield frontman Kabongo Tshimanga.

Those goals - Mullin has struck 30 times in all competitions - have helped Wrexham challenge for promotion and reach the FA Trophy final where Phil Parkinson's side face Bromley at Wembley on Sunday.

Wrexham, runners-up in the National League to champions Stockport County, then have a home tie against Notts County or Grimsby in the play-off semi-final next Saturday so there is still plenty to play for, and Mullin is targeting glory with the Reds to add to his personal accolade.

"As a centre-forward, you always set out to be the top goalscorer whatever league you are in," said Mullin, who was also awarded the League Two Golden Boot after scoring 32 goals in Cambridge United's 2020–21 promotion campaign before joining Wrexham.

"Thankfully I have been able to win it this year.

"It has been one of those seasons for me again where I have done really well.

"I am happy with how I have performed and now I want to finish it off; we have got a cup final on Sunday and we have to go and win that.

"It's a big opportunity to play at Wembley and win a cup. You don't get to do it often in your career, if at all.

"Then we have got a big play-off game to come and we have got to go and perform like we have done for the majority of the season - second half of the season especially - and do our best to get promoted through the play-offs."

In recognition of his goal-scoring exploits, the Leader are giving away free 'Super Paul Mullin' masks in today's newspaper.

The striker has been teased by kit-man Iwan Pugh-Jones but he hopes the Reds' member of staff will end up wearing one if Wrexham clinch victory against Bromley.

"Iwan has been giving me a bit of stick about it so hopefully he can put one on at the end if we win," joked Mullin.