RYAN BARNETT says the players will go into next season full of confidence after clinching back-to-back promotions but insists no-one in the Wrexham camp is getting carried away.

Phil Parkinson’s men finished runners-up in League Two this term, 12 months after winning the National League title following a record-breaking 2022-23 campaign.

After going up in successive seasons for the first time in the club’s history, Wrexham will line-up in League One in 2024-25 and the Reds are being backed to continue climbing the divisions under the mega-investment from their high-profile Hollywood owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.

Barnett, who celebrated with the players on their end of season trip to Las Vegas, says he and his team-mates have got used to dealing with the high expectations at The Racecourse and will look forward to making the step-up to the third tier without putting any extra pressure on themselves.

“We have got a strong squad and I know the gaffer will add to that,” said the wing-back, who has previous experience of the third tier with Shrewsbury Town.

“You can only go into next season with full confidence after back-to-back promotions.

“I am really excited about it and I know all the boys are.

“Like every season, you go into it hoping that you are going to do well and focus on what you have got to do, and block out that outside noise of where people think we are going to finish.

“That is what we have done every single year. It is about managing the expectation.

“Obviously we are a huge club and playing for Wrexham, everyone wants to beat you, but we will just give it 100 per cent and try to finish as high as we can.”