Out on the wing, Asahi Valley's try-scoring machine Alex Telea, has a prayer - after Saturday's Grand Final clash against DHL Club, he wants to go to McDonald's and binge out. 'I hope to celebrate by going to McDonald's. I want to eat ice cream. Maybe even go to Kentucky's. I have been eating boring 'healthy' food all season and I think I deserve something exciting,' says Telea. Fast food for a fast man. The former Samoan international certainly deserves to titillate his taste buds after an explosive performance on the wing for Valley this season. Nuggety hard and with buckets of flair, Telea is the leading try-scorer in Hong Kong this season. The 30-year-old has scored a record 24 tries for Valley, turning him into the most lethal finisher in local rugby. DHL Club will be hoping he has stopped counting. In fact Telea admitted yesterday that he had lost track of his tally - an all-time Hong Kong record. 'Twenty-how many?,' he exclaimed when we told him the count was 24. 'I'm not really counting. I will just try to do my job and the rest will follow. But of course I will try to be consistent,' he warns. As always, Telea modestly tries to deflect the attention on to the rest of his teammates. 'I just finish the good work done by the others. The forwards mainly do all the hard work and the other backs create the opportunities. I'm out on the wing and my work is to finish it off.' The strongly-built winger, however, is aware his work will be cut out as Valley attempt to finish the season off unbeaten. Arch-rivals Football Club have played them twice this season, and dangerously improved the second time around. In the first clash between the two top clubs, Valley won 26-17 with Telea dotting down a try. Then in round two of the preliminary round, Valley scraped through to a 14-12 victory. Telea did not score on that occasion. 'They are a very good side defensively and not an easy team to beat,' said Telea. Having turned out for Samoa, Telea has obviously played in bigger games in his career. The experienced player says the only way to prepare for such a big game is mentally. 'It all starts from upstairs. There is not much you can do physically in the last week. It is all a mental thing now. You have to try and stay relaxed and not think too much about the game. But when you get up on Saturday morning, it starts and you must be ready.' At the halfway stage of the season, Telea had scored 15 tries. In the second part, he has added a further nine tries. His try-scoring feats included a four-try haul against Descartes Kowloon in the league. 'When I'm on the field, all I'm thinking about is winning. That is the first step, If I score tries, that is fine. But the first goal is for Valley to win,' adds Telea. So far Valley have scored 511 points this season against all opposition in the First Division. Telea has accounted for 120 points, almost a quarter of the lot. That's a remarkable feat considering that he does not rely on his goal-kicking as do other leading points-scorers. All he has to rely on is guile, strength, speed and the conviction that with ball in hand he is unstoppable. Telea poses one of the biggest threats to Football Club plan's to wreck Valley's party. Stop him and half the battle is won. But if Telea should cross over for try number 25 - and 26 - then Valley will certainly be rejoicing, come the end of Saturday. And Telea will be in burger heaven.