Mark Carrington would be “more than happy” to see Dean Keates return to Wrexham as manager.

But the 32-year-old insists that he and his team-mates are relaxed about speculation regarding who will be the permanent successor to Bryan Hughes.

Brian Flynn, who will take charge at Solihull Moors tonight as part of a two-game caretaker role, remains in the frame after leading the Reds to victory over Ebbsfleet on Saturday.

It’s Keates though who is the 4/6 favourite to return to the hotseat he held for nearly 17 months before swapping The Racecourse for hometown club Walsall in March last year.

And Carrington, named in the National League team of the week for his display against Ebbsfleet, would welcome the 41-year-old back to the club with open arms.

“I’d be more than happy if Dean came back,” said Carrington.

“I obviously know him well, played with him and was managed by him. He’s a great guy and a great manager.”

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