Rob McElhenney confidently predicts that Wrexham has a shot at achieving three consecutive promotions, aiming for this ambitious goal alongside Ryan Reynolds.

Rob McElhenney has boldly predicted that Wrexham “have a shot” at delivering back-to-back-to-back promotions for their Hollywood co-owners.

The Red Dragons have bounced out of the National League and straight through League Two, returning them to the third tier of English football after a 20-year absence. Clever business on and off the field is allowing the Welsh outfit to thrive.

McElhenney and fellow co-chairman Ryan Reynolds have opened up a window to the world, courtesy of their celebrity status and the popular Welcome to Wrexham documentary series, with a meteoric rise being enjoyed by the most ambitious of outfits.

There have been suggestions that Wrexham might benefit from a year of stability in League One before pushing for further success. However, McElhenney, after speaking with players during a party in Las Vegas, expressed his ambitions to S4C: “Not that it wasn’t real before, but now it gets really real. League One is highly competitive, with many strong clubs dropping from the Championship. It’s going to be much tougher than last year. But I was with Phil [Parkinson] and the boys in Vegas, and they believe we have a shot at being at the top again.”

Wrexham won the National League title in record-breaking fashion and finished as runners-up in 2023-24. Now, the goal is a top-six finish in League One, with Parkinson’s team set to learn their upcoming fixtures on June 26.

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