The Kweiman based qualified to the Ghana Premier League this season for the first time in the history of the club and they have done tremendously well in their debut outing, currently sitting in 5th with 36 points after 24 games.
“With the way we are playing, I’m confident we can finish among the four best clubs at the end of the season because we have a lot of quality players to achieve that,” Horlali told vbsghana.com.
“Nobody gave us the chance to be doing so well in the league but we have surprised many with our performance. We have won against formidable teams both home and away and that has helped us a lot.”
“We have six games to end the season, we are not going to be swollen headed. We are going to fight for every point and that is our target. We want to carve a niche for ourselves so that next season Ghanaians will take us serious.”
Dreams FC on Wednesday will play as guests to WAFA at the Sogakope Park on match day 25.