Chris Holroyd has underlined the importance of bringing the feelgood factor back to Wrexham ahead of the 2018-19 campaign.

The promotion challenge faltered badly in the run-in with the Reds eventually finishing a disappointing 10th in the National League. Despite not making the play-offs, 13-goal top scorer Holroyd jumped at the chance to sign a new contract at The Racecourse and he will be in the ranks when Wrexham, under new manager Sam Ricketts, kick-off an 11th season in non-league football.

And Holroyd says positivity around The Racecourse is key.

“I am really delighted to sign a new contract,” said former Chester and Preston striker Holroyd, who has penned a 12-month deal. “I really enjoyed my first season at Wrexham, loved every minute of it.

“The infrastructure is great, good set of lads and the fans are brilliant, so when the opportunity came to sign on again it was an easy decision for me. Obviously it was disappointing not making the play-offs, I think it hit everyone hard but we have got to try and put a positive spin; get the feelgood factor back.”

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