WREXHAM legend Gary Bennett has urged North Wales soccer fans to support the current side in their bid to bring First Division football to the Racecourse.
The former striker, who scored more than 100 goals in just three seasons with the club, said the current side deserves much better than the average 4,000 attendance so far this season.
At a 10th anniversary reunion of the promotion-winning 1992-93 team, organised by supporters in aid of the Phil Hardy testimonial fund, Bennett said: 'The tradition of Wrexham Football Club deserves First Division football.
'But the crowds they are getting at present are very disappointing. Denis Smith and his players did a great job in winning promotion last season and they deserve more support as they look to move onwards and upwards.'
The reunion, which was attended by about 100 supporters, raised more than £500 for ex-Racecourse favourite Hardy, who played more than 400 games for the club in 12 years at the club before moving on to Port Vale.