THEY'VE done it!

Wrexham won 3-1 against Boreham Wood to clinch the National League title and return to the Football League following a 15-year absence.

Phil Parkinson's men knew they needed victory to secure automatic promotion, after Notts County kept their hopes alive by beating relegated Maidstone United 5-2 earlier in the afternoon and the Reds rose to the occasion against play-off contenders Wood.

Despite going behind after less than a minute, Elliot Lee quickly put Wrexham back on level terms and top scorer Paul Mullin made it 2-1 with his 46th goal of the campaign in the second half.

Mullin went onto score goal number 47 and it was a job well done as Wrexham got over the finishing line in style.

It's been a remarkable season with Wrexham smashing all sorts of fifth tier records but they were pushed all the way by Notts County and still hadn't clinched the title with two games remaining.

But the Reds guaranteed top spot with a game to go and it will be party time when Parkinson's men finish the season with a trip to Torquay United next Saturday.

Parkinson made one change from the side that started Tuesday's 3-0 home win over Yeovil which game Wrexham the chance to secure the title against Boreham Wood.

Jacob Mendy took over from Antony Forde, who was named among the substitutes, in the left wing-back position.

Wrexham got off to the worst possible start as Boreham Wood took the after just 45 seconds.

Ben Tozer slipped as a ball was played over the top and Lee Ndlovu lifted the ball over Ben Foster into the back of the net.

However, the Reds responded well following the early set-back as they went straight at the visitors and the equaliser came in the 15th minute.

Ryan Barnett ran to the by-line and crossed to the back-post where Lee headed home from close range.

Tom O'Connor saw a free-kick deflect off the wall for a corner which came to nothing while Zac Brunt only just cleared the bar for the Wood with a long range effort.

It was turning into an end to end affair with Mullin not far away with an acrobatic effort and the Wood responded with Femi Ilesanmi climbing higher than Barnett and heading just off target.

Andy Cannon threaded a pass through to Mullin whose low shot was saved by keeper Nathan Ashmore at the other end and it remained all-square at the break.

O'Connor headed over from Tozer's throw-in at the start of the second half and Wrexham took the lead after 52 minutes.

Mullin got the better of his marker on the by-line and cut inside from the left before curling the ball past Ashmore into the top corner.

It got even better for Wrexham who went 3-1 up on 71 minutes.

Mullin ran at goal and left a defender trailing before smashing the ball past Ashmore.

There was no let-up from Wrexham and Lee's corner took a deflection as Eoghan O'Connell challenged for the ball and Mullin fired into the side-netting from the resulting flag-kick.

Sam Dalby's header was saved by Ashmore before the final whistle and success-starved supporters were able to celebrate promotion.

Wrexham (5-3-2): Foster; Barnett, O'Connell, Tozer, O'Connor, Forde; Jones, Cannon, Lee; Mullin (Palmer 90), Dalby. Subs not used: Howard, McAlinden, Cleworth, Young.

Boreham Wood (5-3-2): Ashmore; Sousa, Agbontohoma, Evans, Bush, Ilesanmi; Broadbent, Brunt, Payne (Rees 77); Ndlovu (Newton 80), Marsh (Lewis 70). Subs not used: Kelly-Evans, Fyfield.

Attendance: 10,162 (219 from Boreham Wood).