Striker Paul Mullin says he is “all-in” at Wrexham and loving life at the Racecourse.
Mullin joined the club in July 2021 in the first transfer window following the takeover by Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney and has flourished in North Wales, scoring 85 goals to help Wrexham win promotion to the Football League.
Coupled with the ‘Welcome to Wrexham’ documentary which saw Wrexham players become household names, particularly in the United States, it has been a remarkable rise to prominence for 29-year-old Mullin and he is relishing every moment of it.
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Speaking last night at an event to promote his new book, he said: “If I didn’t play for Wrexham anymore at any point, I would go to watch them every week.
“I am all-in at Wrexham and I have been since I signed, it has been phenomenal.
“I love this club and my family do, it has become our team.
“They travel all around the country to watch them; that’s not just because of me. I was out injured and they wanted to go to the game to support the lads.
“We have taken to the fans like they have taken to me. It’s hand in hand, I love them and at the minute they love me.
“It can all change but it won’t from my point of view, I love it here.”
Wrexham sit fourth in League Two and appear set for another promotion challenge built on a home record that has seen them lose just one regular season game in nearly two years.
Mullin added: “I love playing football here.
“I go on the pitch and I do feel invincible at times, especially at home.
“It is a place that I love playing football, especially in front of the fans who love me, and hopefully it continues for a long time.”
Wrexham host Morecambe on Saturday hoping to bounce back from last weekend’s 2-0 defeat at Accrington.