Great Olympics director Fred Pappoe says the club had to punch above their weight to secure qualification to the Ghana Premier League.
The capital club made a return to the elite division at a canter after only one season in the Division One League.
Olympics defeated Mighty Jets 2-1 in Teshie on Sunday in their penultimate fixture to seal the slot from Zone III.
"We are happy to be back in the premiership because it's not easy playing in the Division One at all," Pappoe told Starr FM Sports.
"I have to congratulate my team that's the playing body, the technical team, the fans and the directors of the club for a good job done.
"We fought hard and we deserve the qualification."