Ryan Reynolds has delighted Wrexham fans again with his latest move
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Ryan Reynolds has delighted Wrexham fans again with his latest decision - though this time it's a bit more low-key than supporters have become accustomed to.
Reynolds, alongside fellow Hollywood A-lister Rob McElhenney, has transformed Wrexham's fortunes since taking over the club, with the main achievement having finally achieved promotion back to the Football League after 11 years in the fifth division.
The duo have invested millions of pounds since their takeover, winning over the hearts of the supporters as they look forward to what promises to be a bright future on and off the field.
Reynolds' latest call has done no damage to that reputation, either. The actor has made a cap - yes, a cap - available for sale on the club's online store, which has sent supporters into raptures. It's the little things.
Reynolds' presence at the Racecourse Ground has become synonymous with a baseball cap featuring the Wrexham logo on its front, with McElhenney often donning the same design on a flat cap.
The headwear, however, hadn't been available to buy for fans - until now.
Reynolds confirmed the news on his Twitter account on Monday, posting: "You asked. Then asked again. Then eventually someone listened. The hat is now available at the Wrexham online store."
Fans celebrated in the replies, with one supporter posting: "Hats off to whoever finally listened." Clever.
Another added: "I bought my husband one and you would have thought it came directly from you. I was like chill dude! I was even happy to pay the shipping so he would shut up about the 'Hat that Ryan always wears.'"
A third said: "45 pounds for a Wrexham hat and shipping. Yes please! Got mine on order."
Fans have been looking forward to the Welsh side playing in League Two next year, with the club favourites for promotion again with their Hollywood actors likely to invest heavily over the summer.
Top scorer Paul Mullin has already signed a new contract, and players are now winding down after heavy celebrations following their title win.