Happy Valley's man-of-the-moment Michael Midwood has been called up to spearhead the Hong Kong challenge in next week's Interport against Shanghai. The 22-year-old former Huddersfield Town striker - who took his goal tally to 12 in nine games this week with a deadly hat-trick to sink South China - will be joined by several of his Happy Valley teammates in Wednesday's match. Midwood was one of three foreign players named in the 21-strong squad. Valley centre-half Martin Kuhl and former Sunderland forward John Moore, also with Valley, are the other foreign players. Other Valley players to have forced their way into the reckoning are creative midfielders Lo Kai-wah and captain Cheung Sai-ho, on current form one of the best players around. Elsewhere, there were few surprises although there will doubtless be raised eyebrows at the absence of Sing Tao forward Wai Kwan-lung, who is second in the scoring stakes behind Midwood. South China's Ricky Cheng Siu-chung, who has ruled himself out of contention for international selection on the grounds that he is suffering from a lack of confidence, is also out. An interesting addition is Sung Lin Yung. The talented former South China player has been rejuvenated since his transfer to Sing Tao in the close season and gets a deserved recall to the international ranks. SQUAD Chung Ho-yin, Fan Chun-yip, Yau Kin-wai, Shum Kwok-pui, Wong Wai-tak, Leung Chi-wing, Poon Yiu-cheuk, Cheung Yiu-lun, Lai Kai-cheuk, Lo Kai-wah, Cheung Sai-ho, Chu Siu-kei, Fung Ka-ki, Sung Lin Yung, Yeung Hei-chi, Au Wai-lun, Kwok Yue-hung, Poon Man-chun, Michael Midwood, John Moore, Martin Kuhl.