Wrexham owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney are in dreamland, having secured back-to-back promotions.

But, as ever, the Hollywood duo know exactly what the club means to the most important people - the supporters. On Saturday afternoon, the Reds smashed Forest Green Rovers 6-0 meaning that, with other results in League Two going their way, that they would be competing in the third tier of English football next season.

It's been some journey for the north Wales club since Reynolds and McElhenney took over a few years ago, with consecutive promotions now being banked.

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The two have been incredible since they took custodianship of the Racecourse club, knowing exactly what it means to the local community. They have more than done their bit for the area, with their countless acts of kindness not going unnoticed - even if they would rather them fly under the radar.

Reds fans were obviously in jubilant mood on Saturday, celebrating their elevation to League One, but a number also took time to remember those who weren't there to witness the joy.

Fan Neil Evans tweeted the owners, along with executive director Humphrey Ker, with an emotional message after the promotion news was confirmed.

"Literally back to where we were robbed of! @VancityReynolds @RMcElhenney," he wrote on X. "The town are forever in your debt but @thehumphreyker you will always be our true hero for picking us! Absolutely gutted my dad can’t be here to witness this after the miles we put in over the years."

He accompanied the post with a photo of him and his dad from years gone by.

Reynolds, in typically spot-on tone style, replied with the perfect message.

"Neil, your dad knew many years ago what Rob and I - and the rest of the world - are only recently discovering," he said. "Wrexham is indeed magic. We are in HIS debt and many thousands of supporters like him."

Reynolds was left in tears post-match, reacting to the result from the other side of the Atlantic while working on his new film.

"A few years ago, if you told me I would be crying tears of joy over a football match taking place in North Wales, you would be Rob McElhenney," he wrote. "Congrats to Wrexham and to my co-chairman in crime. Double up the town! This is the ride of our lives."