PAUL MULLIN keeps re-writing the record books at Wrexham.

The 29-year-old striker has been a revelation since arriving at The Racecourse in the summer of 2021 from Cambridge United.

Awarded the League Two Golden boot after scoring 32 goals as the U’s clinched promotion in 2020-21, Mullin has picked up where he left off for the Reds.

Mullin finished leading scorer with 32 goals in 2021-22 to scoop the Player of the Season award as well as the National League’s golden boot and Player of the Season gong.

There was no promotion to celebrate after Wrexham lost against Grimsby Town in the National League play-off semi-finals but the Reds quickly made up for that, with Mullin playing a key role.

Phil Parkinson’s men regrouped and embarked on a record-breaking 2022-23 campaign, culminating in automatic promotion back to the Football League following a 15-year absence.

Mullin once again led the way with 47 goals in all competitions, earning him the club’s Player of the Season award for a second year in a row as well as a place in the National League team of the season.

Nine of those goals came in the FA Cup as Wrexham reached the fourth round and Mullin finished top scorer in the competition to scoop the Golden Ball award.

The success story for Wrexham and Mullin continued this season.

Parkinson’s men finished runners-up in League Two, securing back-to-back promotions for the first time in the club’s history, and Mullin again led the way.

The frontman missed the start of the campaign after suffering a punctured lung against Manchester United during the pre-season tour of America but on his return, he quickly found his feet and finished with 26 goals in all competitions, with 24 coming in the league.

Leading goalscorer at Wrexham for a third consecutive season, there was more individual recognition for Mullin who claimed the Player of the Season award for a record-breaking third year in a row while he also launched his Wrexham autobiograohy, entitled My Wrexham Story.

The 2-1 win at Colchester United on April 6 was a game to remember for Mullin who scored his 100th goal for the club.

Mullin, who has bagged six hat-tricks during his time in north Wales, scored crucial goals during the run-in and now has 105 for Wrexham, making him the club’s seventh top scorer of all time.

He has shown he is the man for the big occasion but one record eluded Mullin.

Promotion was already secured when Wrexham played host to champions Stockport County on the final day of the season.

Mullin,who has also played for Tranmere, Swindon and Morecambe, and still harbours hopes of being called up for Wales, went into the game needing one goal to take him to 25 league goals for the season.

If he achieved the feat, he would become the first player to score 25 or more goals in four consecutive seasons of the top six tiers of English football.

Having scored 25-plus league goals in three successive seasons, Mullin was level with Henry, Kane, Shaun Jeffers, Jordan Rhodes, Danny Rowe and Macaulay Langstaff but he failed to find the net and set a new record.

Mullin, who has often donned the captain’s armband, will remember 2023-24 fondly after reaching the century milestone for Wrexham in less than three seasons but he’s not finished yet.

“It’s an unbelievable achievement but you know me, I’ll never stop wanting more and more, and that’s what I’ll try to do,” said Mullin, who is under contract at The Racecourse until the end of the 2026-27 season.

“Since I signed it’s been an unbelievable ride and journey. I love the place. I love playing here and when the club came to me with the offer I jumped at the chance and I’m buzzing to move forward.”