Confident South China striker Chan Siu-ki vowed to help his side bring home their first silverware of the season after guiding them to a 2-0 win over Sun Hei in the Canbo Senior Shield semi-finals at Yuen Long Stadium yesterday. Chan fired his eighth goal of the season when opening the scoring in the first half before teammate Tales Schutz settled matters in the closing stages. 'This is the fifth match in a row that I have scored for South China and I am very happy with my form,' said Chan. 'There is fire in my heart and we fear nobody.' In the final South China will take on Kitchee - a team they have lost to twice this season - after their rivals beat Pegasus 3-2 in the other semi-final. 'We lost to Sun Hei in the league when we last met, but we beat them today. I am confident we can do the same against Kitchee,' said Chan. The 24-year-old is enjoying his football, having taken part in a training camp with English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur in December, and helping Hong Kong capture team gold medal at the East Asian Games. He is confident of keeping his place in the team even though South China want to acquire more overseas strikers. After the arrival of Leonardo da Silva at the weekend, South China convenor Steven Lo Kit-sing said they were close to signing South Korea international Seol Ki-hyeon, who plays for Fulham. 'It is very close now and just some minor details have to be sorted out. There should be some good news within the next few days,' said Lo. Seol is believed to be earning about GBP30,000 (HK$373,000) a week with Fulham and Lo said they had almost matched the player's salary to get him to play in Hong Kong. Kitchee president Ken Ng Kin admitted luck was on their side after they scored a penalty in stoppage time. Edson Minga was brought down by Eugene Mbome in the penalty box and Ubay Luzardo converted the spot kick to give them the victory. 'We were a bit lucky,' said Ng. 'We did not play very well in the first half, but after we made some changes in the second half, we created more space for our players and improved our attack. But still we needed that penalty in the closing stages to bring us the victory.'