PAUL MULLIN still harbours hopes of playing for Wales but the striker is just focussed on doing as well as he can for Wrexham.

Liverpool-born Mullin qualifies for the Dragons through his Welsh-born grandmother and has said he would love to represent Wales on the international stage.

Having scored 79 goals in two seasons for Wrexham, helping Phil Parkinson’s men clinch the National League title following a record-breaking 2022-23 campaign, Mullin had been tipped for a senior call-up but he was overlooked by manager Rob Page for last month’s Euro 2024 qualifiers against Armenia and Turkey.

Page said Mullin will be considered for Wales selection if he scores regularly in League Two - something the 28-year-old has already done.

Mullin won the division’s golden boot after scoring 32 goals to help Cambridge clinch promotion in 2020-21 before joining the Reds.

Page stated he will continue to monitor Mullin who is just looking forward to going about his business for Wrexham when the new League Two season kicks-off at home to MK Dons on August 5.

“I have played in the division before and I had a lot of tweets about that,” said Mullin.

“As I have said before, if I do get called up for Wales it would be an honour and a privilege, and something I could only dream about.

“Maybe one day, hopefully he thinks I can do a job for them and I would look forward to trying to do something.

“But that is out of my control.

“I just play football and play as well as I can.

“Last time I was in League Two I managed to finish as the record goalscorer.

“Hopefully this year I can beat it.

“But even if I don’t, as long as we are successful then it will be a good season.”

Wrexham clinched the title in style last season to secure a return to the Football League following a 15-year absence.

One of the Reds’ fixtures has been given a new date.

The clash against Doncaster Rovers at the Eco-Power Stadium, originally scheduled for Easter Monday (April 1), will now take place on Tuesday April 2 and kick-off at 7.45pm.

The game was changed at the request of the home team, in order to help reduce costs and ease the pressure on local resources given the original fixture clashed with Rotherham United’s match at home to Millwall.