WREXHAM'S new owner has "no interest in running the club", according to John Reames.
Reames says Alex Hamilton, who has added Mark Guterman's 78% majority shareholding to his ownership of the Racecourse site, is only committed to a commercial redevelopment of the ground, which would wipe out the club's debts and enable it to remain in its traditional home.
Wrexham consultant Reames said: "The reality is that Alex Hamilton doesn't want to get involved in the football club. He wants it to be run independently and my job is to try and do that and to take the fans along with me.
"From day one Alex Hamilton's sole interest has been the development potential here."
Hamilton, meanwhile, has said the football club owes creditors £2m and he's vowed to consider every option in order to secure its future.
Claiming that former chairman Guterman had done his utmost to improve the Dragons' financial situation, Hamilton - who is a Liverpool season ticket-holder - said: "I am looking forward to the challenge of rescuing Wrexham FC.
"Mark has had a bellyful of grief and does not want it any more.
"I can promise Wrexham fans will be going to the Racecourse next season but after that I do not know what the future holds.
"It is fortunate I like a challenge."