The versatile wing-back originally played for Crystal Palace, before moving to Leeds United in 2017.
He played regularly for the Whites’ Under-23 team and spent time out on loan at Bradford City before his move to the STōK Cae Ras.
Hosannah was the last addition of the ten that Phil Parkinson brought in during the summer of 2021.
After proving his fitness, he had an unusual start to life at Wrexham – picking up a booking in the abandoned match at Aldershot Town.
The wash-out meant the fixture was scrubbed from the record, but the rules meant Hosannah’s yellow card was not.
He officially made his debut for the Club at home to Chesterfield three days later, as a late equaliser from Paul Mullin earned a crucial point.
Hosannah battled with Reece Hall-Johnson for a spot at right wing-back, and also played as left wing-back, with the former Leeds man featuring on 25 occasions.
He got his first goal for the club just before the new year against Altrincham in a 2-0 victory at Moss Rose.
The 24-year-old made nine appearances in the National League last season.