A 37th-minute goal from Scottish striker Ian McParland was enough to give Instant-Dict a 1-0 victory over Happy Valley in the Hong Kong League First Division at Mongkok Stadium last night. Edinburgh-born McParland, the 32-year-old former Notts County forward, rolled the ball into an empty net after Happy Valley goalkeeper Ron Green, making his debut, failed to cut out a loose ball on the edge of his six-yard box. It was McParland's second goal in two games and earned his side their second successive victory after a surprise 2-0 defeat by Kui Tan in their first game of the season. As for Valley, who had won their opening two matches in impressive style, they would be very disappointed not to have been able to scramble a point. They spent much of the second half on the attack, particularly down Instant-Dict's left flank, but, for all their possession, rarely tested goalkeeper Chan Sau-yin. Kitchee, meanwhile, are looking to sign two more foreign players - a centre forward and a goalkeeper. Their targets include Watford 'keeper Perry Suckling, who helped the now-defunct Ernest Borel FC win the Viceroy Cup and the FA Cup two seasons ago.