The Hong Kong Football Association will re-examine the possibility of hosting a play-off cup tournament at the end of the season despite a lack of interest from top teams, including Xiangxue Sun Hei and South China. Chairman Martin Hong Po-kui said he would have to study all possible options before making a final decision. 'The number of teams is not the major concern,' Hong said. 'Our aim is to provide quality football for the fans so that they can have something to cheer at the end of the season. If we can do this with four teams or five teams, we will still go ahead with the plan. I hope we can reach a decision later this week.' The proposed tournament will offer total prize money of $200,000, the highest among all domestic cup competitions, with a lucrative $160,000 going to the eventual winners. Some teams have even suggested that they add to the pool - up to $50,000 per team - with the winners taking home the jackpot. Sun Hei have cited a busy AFC Cup schedule for not taking part, while relegation-threatened South China and Lanwa are reluctant to play because of their uncertain futures.