KUI Tan boss Benny Tang will boost his overseas contingent to seven this month - and is banking on help from English giants Arsenal in a bid for Viceroy Cup glory. Tang has agreed terms with former Tottenham Hotspur striker Mark Falco and with former Huddersfield Town midfielder Graham Cooper and both players will arrive in the territory after the Lunar New Year. And Tang will continue with his recruitment campaign by paying a visit to Highbury and trying to sign a midfield player for the Viceroy Cup. Said Tang: ''I know Ken Friar, the Arsenal managing director, and I am hoping they will agree to loan us a player for the Viceroy Cup. ''We will pay first-class wages for the right man.'' Kui Tan already have their full quota of five overseas players in central defender Jason Loryman, defender or midfielder Darren Bloodworth and strikers Stuart McCall, Tristram Morgan and mainlander Chan Hoi-yin, out for several weeks with a back injury. Meanwhile, league leaders Eastern take on Kitchee at Mongkok Stadium tonight looking to extend their winning start to the season to 10 matches. They will be without left-sided midfielder Ross Greer, serving a one-match suspension for being sent off during the Shield final. His place goes to Cheung Kam-wa.