Keanu Marsh-Brown started both games as Guyana’s World Cup qualification campaign ended with back-to-back defeats.
Marsh-Brown, who has been invited back to pre-season training at Wrexham this summer, played 80 minutes in a defeat to St Kitts and Nevis on Friday, and then the full 90 in Tuesday’s defeat to Puerto Rico.
The attacker earned his 14th and 15th international caps for the Golden Jags as a result, as Guyana ultimately finished fourth in Group F.
St Kitts and Nevis were the surprise group winners – sealing a place in the next round after their win against Guyana, as they beat Trinidad and Tobago to top spot.
Marsh-Brown played four times for Wrexham this season, starting one game and making another three substitute appearances after signing on non-contract terms in April.
The 28-year-old is one of three players invited back for pre-season training in the retained list revealed last week.
Guyana’s attention now turns to the Gold Cup, meanwhile, with qualification matches for this year’s tournament in Fort Lauderdale, USA, at the start of July.
Guyana face Guatemala in the first round on July 3, with the winner of that tie taking on either Guadeloupe or Bahamas three days later for a place in the final tournament.
Wrexham AFC would like to congratulate Keanu on earning a further two caps, and becoming the first capped full-international for a Wrexham player since Dave Artell earned a call-up for Gibraltar in 2014.