The Executive Chairman of Ghana Premier League returnees, Dreams FC, Kurt Okraku says they have proper structures to ensure that they maintain their Premier League status.
The Dawu based club made a quick return to the elite division after they were demoted to the GN Division One League in the 2017/18 season.
The Believers have hit the grounds running by defeating Hearts of Oak in the GHALCA G8 tournament at the Cape Coast to clinch the trophy.
And according to the seasoned football administrator, they are not under pressure to maintain their Premier League status because they have proper plans working.
“Again, we want to show quality in terms of play and I’m also very positive we will play some interesting football in the upcoming season given the kind of players our scouting department has provided this year,” he told Asempa FM.
”As a club, we always try to buy into new ideas to improve upon what we have already done.
When asked as to whether the club was under pressure to maintain their premier league status this time around. We are not under pressure at all because we are guided by our plan.
“I believe we have able men who can guide us through the journey”, he added.