With increase of mobile wireless LAN systems, frequency contamination by the overlapping basic service set (OBSS) becomes a critical issue. In this paper, we focus on HCF controlled channel access (HCCA) to alleviate the OBSS problem. HCCA considers single BSS (SBSS) environment only and suppresses traffic of co-existing DCF (distributed coordination function) based WiFi access points (APs). We propose two methods that utilize capture effects to improve the coexistence capability with DCF networks, that we call DCF friendliness. The first method adjusts transmission timing in HCCA WLAN by applying inter-AP coordination. The second method enables simultaneous communication with surrounding DCF WLANs by changing the frame interval of HCCA to DIFS+1 SlotTime. Simulations show that both the proposed method can achieve higher throughput and better DCF friendliness.