THE shock of losing to South China last week has left Instant-Dict determined not to look beyond today's intriguing Ericsson League soccer tussle with Sing Tao at the Mongkok Stadium. Although victory against Sing Tao would put Instant within touching distance of lifting the league title, defeat against South China has left them determined to avoid complacency. 'There's not much more we can do other than take each game as it comes. At this stage in the season that is the only thing,' said Instant-Dict goalkeeper Mick Leonard. 'I don't really know what happened against South China. There might have been an element of us thinking we'd sewn it up after beating Happy Valley in the first game. 'Whatever the reason was, the fact is that South China out-fought us, which is something you should never accept. We can't let that sort of thing happen again,' said Leonard, acknowledging the fact that Instant-Dict were still in the strongest position in the league. Taking three points from today's match against Sing Tao would mean that Instant could wrap up the title next Friday with victory against Happy Valley. But Sing Tao have proved awkward opponents for Instant this season and also have a lot riding on the outcome of today's game. Defeat will rule them out of contention for the title.