Striker Chan Siu-ki is looking to end his goalscoring drought for Hong Kong as he leaves with his teammates on Wednesday for next week's World Cup qualifier against minnows Bhutan. Despite scoring 34 goals in Bauhinia colours since he first represented Hong Kong in 2004, the South China forward's name has been missing from the scoresheet since December 2012. But the 30-year-old has opportunities to break his three-year barren run, first against Thailand in an international friendly in Bangkok on Friday and then against hosts Bhutan in a World Cup qualifier in the capital city of Thimbu on Tuesday. I have almost forgotten the last time I scored for Hong Kong. It has been a long time. I want to score, like every striker wants to. This is my duty Chan Siu-ki "I have almost forgotten the last time I scored for Hong Kong. It has been a long time," said Chan after a practice session with the national team at Sai Cho Wan on Tuesday. "I want to score, like every striker wants to. This is my duty. But it does not matter if I score or not as long as we take home all three points against Bhutan. "The mountain nation [Bhutan] is probably one of the weakest teams in the group and it wouldn't be a surprise if we beat them. But since the match will be played on artificial turf, we need to pay more attention to that." A serious knee injury kept Chan out of the game for three months and he played no part when Hong Kong romped to a 7-0 home victory against Bhutan in June. "My knee is fine and my form is back," he said. "I have played in every match for the club [South China] since the season began and a goal for Hong Kong will definitely boost my confidence." Hong Kong coach Kim Pan-gon wasn't worried that his players might suffer from altitude sickness with Thimbu located 2,300 metres above sea level. The mountain effects on the human body, if any, will only come after staying there for more than five days. But the ball speed will be affected in mountainous areas and we must get used to it as soon as we arrive there Kim Pan-gon, Hong Kong coach "The mountain effects on the human body, if any, will only come after staying there for more than five days. "We will be there on Sunday and leave straight after match day," said Kim. "But the ball speed will be affected in mountainous areas and we must get used to it as soon as we arrive there. "China struggled with that when they played their away game in Thimbu. China could only score the opening goal in first-half stoppage time. "We must overcome that and an early first goal will be crucial if we want to beat Bhutan," said Kim.