Midfielder Matty Sargent signed his first professional contract with Wrexham in the summer of 2019.
The promising middle-man joined Wrexham’s Centre of Excellence aged 11 having previously been with Accrington Stanley.
Having progressed well through the Racecourse ranks he was given the captain’s armband for the under-18’s in a breakthrough campaign.
Sargent was involved in the first-team set-up during pre-season in the summer of 2018 before leading the youth team throughout the next year.
Sargent’s performances throughout the youth ranks earned him six Wales youth caps at under-17’s level making his debut against Greece.
He was then involved in the European Championship Qualifiers facing the likes of Hungary, Kosovo and the Netherlands.
Sargent’s first involvement with the side came as an unused substitute in an FA Cup tie with Newport County and he’d eventually make his senior Wrexham debut aged 17 in the FA Trophy in December 2018.
He came on as a substitute for the final five minutes replacing Paul Rutherford in a 3-0 victory over Boston United.
Sargent made his league debut on the final day of the season against Harrogate Town, starting the game and completing the full 90 minutes in a 2-1 win.
A few weeks later he was offered his first pro deal, signing a 12-month contract at the Racecourse.