The Wrexham rollercoaster continues apace, with the north Wales club achieving promotion to League One on Saturday.

The 6-0 win over Forest Green Rovers, coupled with results going their way elsewhere in the division, means the Reds have banked back-to-back promotions under Hollywood owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.

The rise under the duo's ownership has been rapid and like something out of a movie script. There were jubilant scenes among supporters at the full-time whistle at the Racecourse ground, while the players themselves were also bouncing, embracing fans on the pitch and popping champagne corks back in the dressing room.

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One suspects the celebrations will continue and indeed ramp up once the season is done and dusted. Last year, when they achieved promotion from the National League to League Two, Reds players embarked on an epic trip to Las Vegas, all courtesy of their generous and well-connected owners.

And star midfielder Elliot Lee has already given Reynolds and McElhenney a nudge to get the ball rolling with similar arrangements this summer.

Paul Mullin, Elliot Lee and DJ Pauly D in Vegas during last year's celebrations

Speaking to BBC Sport Wales after the 6-0 win, he said: "I don't know if they've messaged anyone yet. We usually get a message from Ryan after a game so I'm sure he'll message soon enough - they both will, to be fair.

"We've just told them to fire up the jet for Vegas!"

The actors were both back in the US for the match, with commitments keeping them the other side of the Atlantic. But the pair were glued to the action, with McElhenney personally phoning manager Phil Parkinson in his office after the game.

“Well, Rob actually – I just popped into my office and he rang up,” said Parkinson.

“I don’t think he was expecting me to answer, so I’ve had a great chat with him. Obviously, him and Ryan would loved to have been here today but they deserve a lot of credit, obviously, because the support they’ve given myself and all the staff and the backing they give the players as well, they deserve this and I’m sure they’ll be celebrating wherever they are in the US."