BOBBY GRANT knows what he wants from the 2019/20 National League campaign.

And that’s to get back to playing his best football as Wrexham win promotion back to the Football League.

Grant has “drawn a line” under a tough 2018/19 when he played for four different managers at two clubs - Fleetwood and Wrexham.

The attacker found form hard to come by last term, but he’s determined to prove a point this time around.

“You can’t beat being happy, it’s when you should really play your best football,” said the 28-year-old.

“Last year I wasn’t happy, through no real fault of anyone here, but I’m coming back really happy this year.”

Grant took up the option of signing a new deal with Wrexham earlier this summer after initially penning a six-month contract in January when his loan from Fleetwood was made permanent.

The decision was met with a few raised eyebrows from Wrexham supporters, but Grant was always ready to stay at The Racecourse - if Bryan Hughes wanted him.

“I took the option I had in my favour straight away,” said Grant.

“I said to the manager that it wasn’t a case of me hanging around because I’m not the type of person to make the club wait or myself wait, I’m the type of person who needs to know what’s happening in the future.

“This is a massive club, make no mistake about it, and I said to the manager that I want to be a part of taking it to the next level if he wanted me.

“Thankfully the manager seemed happy enough to keep me and as soon as he said that it was about getting my mentality right and getting ready to show people exactly what I’m about.”

While Grant is happy to look back and learn from the tough times, the Liverpool-born frontman is keen for Wrexham to use the heartache of their play-off preliminary round defeat to Eastleigh in a similar manner.

“You look back at it and you learn,” said Grant.

“It’s about taking things one step further.

“You take the disappointment of Eastleigh and try to turn it into a positive.”