Wrexham’s star striker Paul Mullin says he “does not expect” to be called up for Wales despite ongoing calls for an international cap.

The 28-year-old has been prolific since he moved to the SToK Cae Ras in 2021 from Cambridge United.

He played a key part in the Reds return to the EFL and has hit the ground running since returning from a punctured lung suffered on the clubs pre-season tour of America.

Mullin, who qualifies for Wales via his grandmother, was on “stand by” to be called up for the recent fixtures against Gibraltar and Croatia, but the call didn’t come.

And speaking on the Proper Football Podcast, the Liverpool-born forward revealed he doesn’t expect a call from Rob Page, despite ambitions to play international football.

Mullin said: “It’s something I’d love to do, it would be a dream come to. I think it’s been documented elsewhere that I’d never really followed the England national team when I was younger.

“Obviously I’d love to represent Wales, it’s been said in the media quite a lot, but I don’t expect to be called up, I’ll hold out the hope that if I’m playing well enough then somehow I get the chance to do so.

“It’s not something I expect, but it’s something I’d relish and I’d enjoy if I could do it.”

The striker, who holds the record for most goals in a League Two season after his record-breaking season with Cambridge, quashed suggestions he needed to score goals at this level to be deserving of a call up.

"In football, it's been said I could've played at a higher level and I chose not to so I can't really hold a grudge for then not being selected because I chose to come and play here,” Mullin added.

"Although me personally, I don't think it should be a problem.

"One of the interviews was, 'if he scored goals in League Two then they'd look at calling him up', but I've already got the record for scoring the most goals in a season in League Two, so I’ve already done that.

"For me, I play football for Wrexham and give my all to score as many as I can.

"If the opportunity came, it would be beyond my wildest dreams for a player at this level to get called up for a national team.”