Wrexham’s star player, Paul Mullin, expresses heartfelt gratitude after being named the League Two PFA Fans’ Player of the Year.

Wrexham striker Paul Mullin has been celebrating winning the League Two PFA Fans’ Player of the Year Award.

Wrexham’s key player was nominated for the award following an outstanding season, where he overcame a pre-season punctured lung to score 24 goals in 38 league games under Phil Parkinson. Mullin’s goals were vital in helping Wrexham achieve consecutive promotions and secure a spot in League One for the next season.

Mullin overcame rivals Ben Hinchcliffe and Isaac Olaofe from Stockport, along with Notts County’s Jodi Jones and Macaulay Langstaff, to win the trophy. The Wrexham striker adds this to the Player of the Season and Top Goalscorer awards he already received from Wrexham this season. These accolades hold great significance for Mullin, who eagerly anticipates showing them to his son Albi when he’s older.

During the off-season, Mullin has stayed active by showcasing a boxing workout in the gym as he prepares for another season with Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenny’s team. Wrexham is set to head to the United States again for pre-season, where they’ll play matches against Bournemouth, Chelsea, and Vancouver Whitecaps in July.

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