Champions Kitchee will splash out another HK$2 million - on top of their current expenditure of HK$11 million - in an attempt to keep their league title next season. One of the oldest clubs in Hong Kong, Kitchee lifted their first league title in 47 years this month, condemning South China, champions for the previous four years, to second place. 'We have targeted another Spanish striker and hopefully he can increase our fire power up front,' Kitchee boss Ken Ng Kin said yesterday. 'We are also talking to an Asian player as there will be an additional foreign player quota from the Asian region next season.' Maikel Naujoks, who played for Deportivo La Coruna in 1996-98, will have a trial in July and appear in the Barclays Asia Trophy (July 27 and 29) if he impresses. Naujoks, 35, has spent most of his career in the Spanish second and third divisions. He played with Kitchee striker Roberto Losada with third division side Lugo during the 2009-10 season before Losada came to Hong Kong last summer. 'With two more expatriates and two more local players, our budget will increase to around HK$13 million for the new season,' said Ng. 'I think the outlay will be high enough for us to keep the league title.' Captain Lo Kwan-yee (pictured) and midfielder Lam Ka-wai, the two outstanding players this season, will be offered contracts of up to four years. Most of the players, including their Spanish legion, will also be asked to stay, except Jose Diaz. 'Lo and Lam have done a great job this season and we need a long-term commitment if we want to build the team around them,' Ng said. 'Diaz is not the type of player we need most. We need a midfielder in an attacking role.'