Radio show host Albert Cheng King-hon recognised one of his attackers from a police sketch yesterday. Senior Inspector Todd Bancroft and Superintendent Ma Wang-chow met Cheng for about 10 minutes at Queen Elizabeth Hospital to show him the artist's impression. Cheng said it looked similar to one of the assailants. But Organised Crime and Triad Bureau officers said witnesses to Wednesday's attack could describe only one of the attackers in detail. Police say there are at least three suspects - two attackers and a getaway driver. The man in the picture was about 1.7 metres tall, aged about 30, with tanned skin. He was wearing a light-coloured vest, jeans and sport shoes. A second assailant was about 1.68 metres tall and aged between 26 and 30. He was wearing a light yellow T-shirt and a cap. Copies of the picture were posted outside Commercial Radio Headquarters in Broadcast Drive, at Inverness Road, where the getaway Space Wagon was stolen on Tuesday, and at Fu Wan Street, where it was later abandoned. Mr Ma said they were still waiting to take a full statement from Cheng when his condition allowed. Hospital chief executive Dr York Chow Yat-ngok said Cheng was stable and could be transferred from the intensive care unit to a private ward today. Cheng, who has six deep wounds and underwent a six-hour operation, ate yesterday as his vital organs showed signs of functioning normally. Dr Chow said there was only a 'very, very slim chance of Cheng suffering complications'. But Dr Chow said Cheng still had no feeling in his right leg or the fourth and fifth fingers of his left hand because the nerves had been slashed. He said he did not think Cheng's right leg would fully recover and he might need to stay in hospital for at least one to two months. Among well-wishers yesterday was ex-legislator Tsang Kin-shing. He said he and some friends would organise journalists and politicians to issue a statement condemning the attack. Legislator James Tien Pei-chun brought a bottle of red wine. 'I've asked his wife not to let him drink it now,' Mr Tien said. 'But when he gets better, he can drink it. I hope it can help a speedy recovery.'