WREXHAM boss Phil Parkinson has again thanked the club’s fans describing their ‘loyalty as unquestionable’.

More than 218,000 fans watched Wrexham’s home games in a season that again ended in play-off despair while almost 20,000 Reds’ supporters travelled all over the country to cheer their team on the road.

“Just like our home support, our away support is phenomenal in what is a very southern-based league,” said Parkinson.

“Time and time again they turn out in their numbers and the staff and players appreciate that support so much. It’s an expensive business watching your team home and away but Wrexham fans are always there and their loyalty is unquestionable.

“And after the disappointing end to the season, we want to reward the supporters with success next season.”

Wrexham fans haven’t dwelt too much on the thought of spending another season in non-league football with season tickets selling out within 12 hours.

“It hurt so much to lose in the play-offs but the fans have shown their loyalty and that’s what makes us even more determined for next season,” added Parkinson.