Paul Mullin is among three Wrexham players to have their contracts extended by 12 months following promotion.
Mullin, 28, scored 38 league goals in 46 appearances to help Wrexham seal promotion to the Football League after a 15-year wait.
The club’s top scorer joins goalkeeper Mark Howard and wing-back Anthony Forde in signing new extensions, as Phil Parkinson releases a further 11 players ahead of the return to the EFL. Mullin’s deal with the club now runs until the end of the 2025-26 campaign.
Ben Foster’s future remains uncertain with the club planning to sit down with the 40-year-old to discover if he intends to continue playing after coming out of retirement in late March.
Liam McAlinden is to be offered a new deal, while Harry Lennon, 28, intends to retire due to the injuries that meant he played just twice in the 2022-23 season.
There are few surprises among the 11 players released at the end of their existing contracts, a list that includes Lennon.
Rory Watson, the former Hull City goalkeeper, will leave this summer along with Ryan Austin, Kai Calderbank-Park, Malik Dijksteel, Reece Hall-Johnson, Jake Hyde, Dan Jones, Louis Lloyd, Tom Jenkins and Will Mountfield.
Only Lennon with two league and cup starts, plus Hall-Johnson with four appearances, featured for the first team in the title-winning campaign.
Wrexham will exercise the options to extend the contracts of youngsters Scott Butler and Aaron James.
A decision over Kai Evans’ future will be made once he has returned to training, while Owen Cushion has been offered his first professional deal.
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