WREXHAM midfieldman Andy Fleming capped a fine season by making his debut on the international stage last week.
The 21-year-old was called up to the England C team to take on Belgium Under 21s, and he made his bow in the 56th minute as a substitute for Stevenage Borough’s Joel Byrom.
England lost the game 1-0 at Oxford United’s Kassam Stadium, with the only goal coming from Club Brugge’s Brecht Capon.
Fleming was very much a background player before the arrival of Dean Saunders, after making just three starts in the previous two campaigns, but the call-up comes on the back of a season which has seen the Liverpool-born player establish himself in the first team with 24 appearances.
Ex-Red Jefferson Louis, who was released from his contract in North Wales at the end of the season, has been signed by Blue Square Premier rivals Crawley Town.
The frontman, who netted 15 league goals for Wrexham during his 12-month stay, wanted to join a club closer to his London home and left the Dragons by mutual consent.
Louis has signed a one-year contract with the Red Devils, with the option of a year’s extension.
Former Wrexham loan man Ritchie de Laet made his Premier League debut at the weekend in Manchester United’s 1-0 defeat of Hull City.
Full-back de Laet played three games for the Reds in the 2007-08 campaign while on loan from Stoke City, but his stay was cut short due to injury.
He joined the champions in January this year.