Wrexham star Jacob Mendy spilled the beans in an interview saying their intentions is to win League Two in their first time of asking, after winning their ticket to the Football League this season.
Wrexham's promotion from non-league was nothing short of incredible. They racked up a total of 111 points, four more than Notts County in second place. Now they're all set to tackle League Two for the first time since their relegation in the 2007/08 season, and Mendy insists that winning the title is a must...
Although Mendy hasn't played at this level before, he's determined to climb higher. Speaking to The Leader in an interview "As a football player, you always want to reach new heights. Getting promoted was a no-brainer for me, and we made it happen. Hopefully, we can do it again."
"I joined Wrexham because we share the same ambition. I want to go far and get promoted again with Wrexham. Hopefully, we can even win the league, but at the very least, we want to move up next season. I'm really excited about it."
Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney have been throwing money at the club, and it's paid off so far. However, they're having a tough time recruiting new players this summer. Jonny Williams ditched Wrexham for Gillingham, and it looks like Alfie May is on his way to Charlton, too. Manager Phil Parkinson admits it's a struggle to seal deals before the new season. Hopefully this isn't Phil getting the excuses in before the new season starts.
Looking at the depth in the squad they are already bringing up into the EFL, we would say they are already in contention to compete at that level, arguably even the title itself, but are they getting ahead of themselves?
Bet 365 odds have Wrexham as favourites to win the league outright - maybe due to the talent pool they are already exposed to or maybe because of the media expectations. The reality is, apart from Ben Foster re-signing, Parkinson hasn't made a lot of noise in the transfer market just yet in contrast to the likes of Doncaster Rovers, who are making a lot of movement currently.
We'll monitor the situation closely as the Red Dragons are surely likely to pull a big name out the hat within the next few weeks.
Wrexham's pre-season kicks off with friendlies lined up in the United States against both Manchester United and Chelsea at the end of the month.