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Dreams FC Executive Chairman Kurt Okraku says the Ghana Premier League is the 'natural habitat' of the club.
The Kweiman-based side suffered demotion after the 2015/2016 season following a CAS ruling on an illegal player registration case.
But returned to the Ghana top-flight at a canter after winning Zone III of the Division One League.
''We are happy that to be back to where we belong and we be very competitive in all games because we have always shown quality at all times,'' Okraku said.
''We were competitive when we were in the Premier league, and we were dominant in division one.
''So I’m sure that everybody in the country will enjoy our presence in the top flight with the quality we bring on board.''
Dreams are fast emerging as a model club in Ghana with best structures.
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