PHIL PARKINSON has delivered success on the pitch and he's looking forward to seeing how another memorable season is portrayed on the screen.

The third series of the hit documentary series Welcome to Wrexham kicked off earlier this month.

Chronicling the purchase and stewardship of the club by Hollywood stars Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds, the latest series centres on the Reds' 2023-24 League Two campaign.

Fresh from being crowned National League champions following a thrilling title race with Notts County, Wrexham made a slow start but soon adapted to life in a higher division and after a strong run-in, finished runners-up behind champions Stockport County to secure back-to-back promotions for the first time in the club's history.

Since Reynolds and Reynolds became co-chairmen, and following the success of the documentary, the north Wales club has become a global sensation.

Parkinson masterminded another promotion - the fifth of his management career - and now he can sit back and enjoy watching Welcome to Wrexham knowing there is another happy ending!

"It is different to last year," said Parkinson. "Obviously it started at the end of the season.

"With the documentary and the first season here, we all knew the ending in the first series when we lost in the play-offs.

"We put so much into that season but the second season was an amazing story purely on the football-side of it - I know the documentary covers so many other angles - with the battle with Notts County.

"This season you had the pre-season tour and then the start of the season I imagine will be in the first few episodes.

"It is going to be interesting to see how it is all pieced together and how they tell the story of what is a memorable season."