DEPARTING defender Reece Hall-Johnson thanked the club’s Hollywood owners for giving Wrexham’s title-winning players a trip to remember.

Phil Parkinson’s side enjoyed a record-breaking National League season which culminated in automatic promotion and return to the Football League following a 15-year absence.

The Wrexham players continued the celebrations on an all-expenses-paid bash in Las Vegas with co-chairmen Ryan Reynolds and McElhenney funding the break.

Hall-Johnson has not been offered a new contract, meaning his three-year spell at The Racecourse has come to and, but the 28-year-old appreciates what the actors have done and says Wrexham Football Club is in good hands.

“It was fantastic and that just sums up the two chairmen to look after all the boys like that,” said Hall-Johnson.

“The celebrations were brilliant and they looked after us really well.

“As a player, you couldn’t ask for anymore.

“Honestly, they are just two great people and I genuinely think if any of the lads needed anything, they would bend over backwards to help them.

“Once we got promoted and did really well, they wanted to celebrate with us and show us a good time in Las Vegas for what we did.

“It was really nice of them.

“Hopefully the boys get promoted next year as well and there is another celebration in Vegas, or anywhere they decide to take them.”

Hall-Johnson, who joined Wrexham in the summer of 2020 from Northampton Town, scored 12 goals in 67 league appearances but found opportunities limited in his final season with the Reds.

Despite the lack of game-time in 2022-23, Hall-Johnson hopes the success-story continues at The Racecourse.

“They are a fantastic group of boys on and off the pitch,” he added.

“Wrexham will be first result I will be checking for and hopefully I see the boys at the top of the table again and breaking more records.

“Getting promoted again would be lovely.”