WREXHAM have confirmed their ambition by signing history-making striker Paul Mullin.

Today, the club confirmed they had landed last season's League Two Golden Boot winner and Player of the Season on a three year deal.

The club tweeted: "SIGNED - Wrexham Sign League Two Player of the Season, Paul Mullin, on a three-year deal.

"Welcome to Wrexham, Paul!"

The 26-year-old striker made history last season, winning the Sky Bet League Two Golden Boot award for the 2020/21 with 32 goals.

His tally was the most goals ever scored by a player in League Two.

Mullin scored an 80th minute goal to break the record on the last day of the season in a 3-0 victory over Grimsby Town having played very game for the U’s that season.7

He netted two hat-tricks and scored two goals in six games.

Last month, Cambridge United confirmed that Mullin rejected a new contract offer.

Cambridge United thanked him for "his significant contributions during his time at the club" and wished him all the best for the future.