PAUL MULLIN has won the PFA Fans’ Player of the Year Award for the 2023-24 season.

The Wrexham striker enjoyed another outstanding season, scoring 26 goals in all competitions as Phil Parkinson's men finished runners-up in League Two and secured back-to-back promotions for the first time in the club’s history

Although the frontman missed the start of the campaign after suffering a punctured lung against Manchester United during the pre-season tour of America, he quickly found his feet and 24 goals came in the league as Wrexham went straight up once again on the back of clinching the 2022-23 National League title when Mullin also played a key role.

There was no shortage of competition for a top-three finish going down the final straight in League Two and with Mullin in superb form during the run-in, he was recognised for his efforts.

Mullin won the League Two Player of the Month for March after netting seven goals in six games, with a crucial double coming in the 2-0 top of the table victory against Mansfield Town at The Racecourse.

Brought in from Cambridge United in the summer of 2021, Mullin scored his 100th goal for the Reds in less than three completed seasons as he struck in 2-1 win at Colchester United on April 6.

There was no stopping Mullin who also found the back of the net in the next three games, and it was fitting the 29-year-old scored when Wrexham thrashed Forest Green Rovers 6-0 at home to clinch promotion with two matches to spare.

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.

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

This latest award, voted on by the fans, saw Mullin beat the likes of fellow nominees Macauley Langstaff (Notts County), Davies Keillor Dunn Mansfield Town) and Stockport County’s Isaac Olaofe.