Omar Colley had his dream attained after a bumpy road of trials without success.
The youngster put pen-to-paper on a two year deal that will keep him at the club until 2015, and has said nailing employment chance with a European club outfit couldn't have come at a better time - dream that remained an illusion until recently.
Following numerous tryouts, Omar Colley had his wish realized after just a stint with Real De Banjul.
"A professional contract has been my dream. KuPS is a good and technical team and the training of high class and are a good side" the former Gambia U-17 ace said after been unveiled to the press with much delight.
While he was at Wallidan he had watched his chance to sign with Major League Soccer side Kansas City blown off after disagreement ensued over Omar's money worth.
He we will be the fifth Gambian plying his trade in the Scandinavian country and the second to sign up with KuPS after defensive midfielder Ebrima Sohna.
Colley was expected to make his League Cup debut with his Kups club playing Saihou Jagne Marihamn at press time.