The Afonja Warriors chairman has assured that the team will not fail to qualify to represent Nigeria in the continent next year
Kwara are currently placed fourth on the Premier League log with 41 points and have a chance to get a slot to play in either the Champions League or Confederation Cup next year.
Aluko told Goal in Ilorin that everything is working for the team and they will not fail to make their supporters happy by playing on the continent.
"We have every reason to get a slot to represent Nigeria in Africa next year. I am so sure that we are going to make it possible for all our fans," said Aluko.
"The players know what is at stake. They have beeen assured of adequate compensation if they make it a reality. Nobody gave us a chance at the beginning of the season.
"But we have proven that we can deliver when the chips are down," he said.
He also revealed that there is no problem among the management of the team.
"I want to make it clear that there is no problem with the management of the team. What happened was an internal matter that has been resolved.
"All that is on our mind right now is how to continue to do well and allow our fans in Ilorin watch the big teams in Africa when we play in the continent next year.
"The State Government has invested so much in the team and failure is not in our dictionary again. I am so confident of the players and officials that at the end of the season, Kwara United will rank among the teams that will play in either the Champions League or Confederation Cup," Aluko boasted.
The NPFL has 12 matches to run out.