owners of hollywood Ryan Reynolds And Rob McElhenney say they won’t be bored Wrexham while building a “sustainable business” at the newly promoted club.

Wrexham has come to an end after a 15-year hiatus. English Football League The investment of two players has been in the past months. Welsh The club paid good dividends.

The duo took over the club from the Wrexham Supporters Trust in February 2021 and have since invested heavily in infrastructure and reinforcements manager Phil Parkinson’s staff, with some reports suggesting a spend of over £10m.

Speaking on the Fearless in Devotion podcast, McElhenney said, “I find it fascinating that there are people at any point in their imagination who think it can be boring.”

“The things we have done and felt over the past two and a half years are not in our world, or in any other world I can think of.

“So being bored would never be on the to-do list.

“But I’m also thinking about any cynicism or criticism we might get, meaning it’s not creative in nature or helpful in any way, it’s usually just a reflection of how someone feels about themselves or something they may have gone through in their life.”

Reynolds has made it clear that he wants to promote Wrexham to the Premier League and admitted that his interest in football has become an “addiction”.

Being bored would never be on the to-do list

Rob McElhenney, co-owner of Wrexham

He said: “We don’t pretend we only have salad days ahead of us. It’s a journey.

“Whatever we do as stewards of this club is to make sure that we avoid stagnation or backtracking at all costs.

“Sometimes that happens, at least from what I’ve observed with other clubs, you can get into this cycle where you keep your head above water.

“So we always want to be on this relentless march as a community, not just as a club, and Rob and I love Wrexham as much as two people on this planet can love anything.”

Wrexham is expected to rise again this summer to fight for promotion to the Second Division next season.

Reynolds and McElhenney insist they are serious about their failed bid to lure former Real Madrid and Wales star Gareth Bale to play at Wrexham, but are also adamant that they will “not write checks to keep the club’s business afloat”.

McElhenney said: “From the beginning we’ve been talking about what our short-term strategy is and what our long-term strategy is because we’ve always said we want to build a sustainable business.

“We look at the whole club as a great investment – ​​an investment in the club, the city and the future.

“And none of us want to put ourselves or the club in a position to write checks to keep the club business afloat.

“Everything we’ve done since we arrived, whoever comes along – and hopefully us for the rest of our lives – we’re building a sustainable business. Whatever that means in the future, who can say?”

Deadpool star Reynolds said he was considering Wrexham’s future a few hours after they seized the National League title.

Reynolds said: “Almost the next day, I was so excited to explore what’s next for the club, I’m proud to say it and I’m very sorry to say it because I had to savor the moment, which I did.

“But I am so excited to repeat that feeling as much as I can and just keep growing, growing, growing as much as we can and continuing to deliver.

“The great moments we’ve had so far are not without the bad. This is football.

“It’s a heart-wrenching sport and I’m addicted to it now and you should have both.”