DAVIS KEILLOR-DUNN is available on the transfer market - and clubs will be queueing up to sign the free-scoring front man.

Wrexham fans were disappointed the 24-year-old Sunderland-born winger left after a brief spell at The Racecourse in 2020 when he scored once in six appearances when Dean Keates was in charge.

He moved on to Oldham Athletic but despite scoring 17 times last season, the former Premier League side were relegated to non-league football for the first time in their history.

Keillor-Dunn’s contract runs out on June 30 and he won’t be re-signing for The Latics.

“I’ll be talking to my agent and see what’s what,” said Keillor-Dunn, who admits that clubs like Oldham and Wrexham should not be playing in the non-league wilderness.

“I loved my time at Wrexham,” he said. “The fans, the ground, the big European floodlights. The atmosphere was great when I was there so it must be even better now with the crowds they have been getting.

“I’ve got nothing but good words to say about the club. It’s a great set-up there.

“You can say the same about Oldham. It’s a similar club to Wrexham with a proud history. Both clubs shouldn’t be where they are.”

Keillor-Dunn’s only goal for Wrexham came in a 2-0 win at Bromley - the team who ended the FA Trophy dream at Wembley 11 days ago.

He has since gone on to score 28 goals in his 100 games for the Lancashire club.

“Double figures in both season has been good for me personally but it was so disappointing that my 17 last season couldn’t keep us up,” he added.

Oldham went down with Scunthorpe, who are managed by Keith Hill - another ex-Wrexham player - and will be joined by another of Keillor-Dunn’s old teams, Gateshead, in the National League next season.

It ended 116 years of league football at Boundary Park and also means they are the first former Premier League team to drop into non-league since its creation in 1992.

The one silver lining for Keillor-Dunn is that his hometown club - and the team he supports - Sunderland, were promoted back to the Championship after a play-off final win at Wembley.

Keillor Dunn was on his brother’s stag do in Spain’s Costa del Sol but managed to watch the game as The Black Cats beat Wycombe 2-0.

“It was a good weekend,” he said. “I was there with my family and it’s great to see Sunderland back in the Championship.”