ROB McELHENNEY could not have looked more proud as he took a moment to survey his Racecourse kingdom ahead of the final game of the season against Stockport County.

It’s a beautiful picture of a man, with a red and white scarf draped round his shoulders, who can feel well pleased with himself that his Wrexham dream is coming to fruition, much to his delight and to Reds’ fans everywhere.

The dramatic script he penned for this incredible story is being played out superbly with Wrexham celebrating back-to-back promotions for the first time in the 160-year history.

McElhenney, and his Hollywood co-star Ryan Reynolds in this rags-to-riches epic, have made Wrexham Football Club a global success story with fans turning up in town from all corners of the world.

King Charles and the future King of England, Prince William, have been bitten by the Wrexham bug with Royal visits to The Racecourse during McElhenney and Reynolds’ American revolution.

But King Rob of The Racecourse should be the one taking a bow after dreaming up this football fantasy, which looks as if it could run and run and run.

A man of the people, McElhenney proved there’s no heirs and graces about him after picking up a late night pizza and kebab following post-match celebrations in Wrexham after the Stockport game.

It’s one more marvellous memory to add to the list of a football club that has given so much to the Wrexham people over the years.

The National League title triumph was a thriller; as was the day Wrexham celebrated promotion this season with a 6-0 hammering of Forest Green Rovers, bringing back memories of securing a place in Division Two by romping home to a 7-1 win over Rotherham in 1978.

Famous FA Cup victories over Arsenal, Newcastle and Middlesbrough, going up in 1993 and 2003 and the LDV Vans Trophy and FA Trophy final wins are other highlights to add to the list.

But that reel could go on and on, especially if everything else that McElhenney has dreamed of goes to plan.