Paul Foster and Paul Wood will be vying for the Ericsson League scoring honours tonight when champions Instant-Dict play their final league game of the season at Mongkok Stadium. Instant's Foster and Valley's Wood are joint top scorers with 15 goals each. Happy Valley play South China in the first game of tonight's double header, while Instant-Dict, who have already won the league title, face Sing Tao in the second match. Tonight's results will not affect the league standings. South China are already assured of second place, while Happy Valley are third and Sing Tao fourth. 'I've won [the top scorer] title twice before. It's nice to be recognised as the top scorer in the league but even if I don't win it, I'm not going to think I'm not a good player any more,' said Foster, the league's top scorer the past two seasons. 'The most important thing is to play well and to win some trophies during the season,' he added. Wood, a former Sheffield United and Portsmouth player, said: 'Even if I'm second, it's not a problem. 'Paul has been leading the goal scoring table for a long time and I think he expected to win it. 'It was a big surprise that I caught up by scoring quite a number of goals in the last few games. 'I have not won any goal scoring awards before in England so I'd like to win it here. It's always nice to have something to remember.' Instant-Dict coach Koo Luam-khen said he would field those players who have not played frequently this season.