South China are focused on capturing the Coolpoint Ventilation First Division title for the first time in seven years and will go all out to beat Lanwa Redbull in their final league match of the season at Dongguan City Stadium today. The resurgent Caroliners are tied with arch-rivals Kitchee in the table on 39 points. But the Caroliners' better head-to-head record over Kitchee means they will be crowned champions if they win today, regardless of Kitchee's result against Citizen on Sunday. 'When I was in charge of the club from 1992 to 1994, we did not win the league title,' said South China convener Steven Lo Kit-shing yesterday. 'I would be very happy if we can do it this time, but there will be no regrets even if we fail to make it. 'Winning the league is only a bonus as this is the first season I have come back to take charge of the team again. But I can assure the fans more will come in the next few seasons.' The Caroliners were on the brink of relegation after finishing second-last last season. They were only allowed to stay in the top flight after a special dispensation from the Hong Kong Football Association. Lo was recalled with the express intention of restoring the team to their accustomed place at the pinnacle of the local game and the businessman splashed out with a hefty budget of HK$10 million at the beginning of this season. Now Lo is almost there, having taken the club to victory in the Senior Shield and a place in the FA Cup quarter-finals where they will take on Xiangxue Sun Hei next week. Lo admitted he had no reason to be disappointed with his charges. To celebrate the achievements they have racked up this season, Lo is going to have a party with the fans at Olympian City in Tai Kok Tsui tomorrow. The event is expected to turn into a victory parade on an open-top bus from the club headquarters in Causeway Bay to Tai Kok Tsui if South China win the title. South China, who beat Lanwa twice this season, have only two worries about their team - defenders Lee Chi-ho and Man Pei-tak, who have both collected nine yellow cards. One more booking in today's match will see them sit out the FA Cup clash.