PREM: Wrexham sign Tom O’Connor to 3-year deal


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Wrexham AFC have signed Tom O’Connor to a new three-year contract that will keep the midfielder with the Red Dragons through the 2026-27 season.

O’Connor, 25, has made 80 appearances for Wrexham over the past two seasons, including 32 appearances last season as the Dragons earned their second consecutive promotion.

He had one year remaining on his previous deal, but said that he wants to commit his future to the club.

“I’m delighted, it’s been a great two and a half years and I’m really looking forward to seeing where this journey will go,” O’Connor said. “Everyone knows the pull of Wrexham and there’s a real feel-good factor after back-to-back promotions.

“A lot of people would jump at the chance of playing for Wrexham, so I am delighted to sign my new contract.”

The former Republic of Ireland youth international came through Southampton’s academy and joined Wrexham in January 2022 after a stint with League One side Burton Albion. He has also previously played for Gillingham.

“We’re pleased that Tom has signed a new contract. He’s been excellent since he joined the club, and we are looking forward to working with him again for the seasons ahead,” Wrexham manager Phil Parkinson said.

–Field Level Media


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