YESTERDAY was a great day in the history of Wrexham Football Club and at last we can start to think that maybe this is all over.
There is light at the end of the tunnel as it was announced that Neville Dickens' consortium was given the green light to takeover the club. Phew!
Dickens has its best interests at heart and the administrators are desperate to sell to exactly that sort of person.
It gives us a fighting chance to come out of administration before the Football League's deadline, but surely they won't throw us out now we're so close to being saved?
We've been put through the mill for years. We've lost our ground, had 10 points deducted and we've seen our star players depart.
Now we deserve a little bit of luck with a quick sale so we can start looking to tie our best players to new deals. Because, at the end of the day, that's what it's all about, isn't it?
A lot of people have put in a lot of hard work to get us to this point, but we shouldn't forget the contributions of those on the pitch.
Players like Andy Holt could have got a longer deal elsewhere, that they didn't is testament to the friendly atmosphere at the club.
After all that's happened to us, to be on the cusp of the play-offs is a magnificent achievement. A lot of this is down to one man.
When Denis Smith joined this club, little did he know that his toughest time in 20 years of football management was just around the corner.
That he has managed to get us through this crisis must be his biggest achievement in football. You don't know how grateful we are for your efforts.