League of Legends jungler Han "Peanut" Wang-ho has praised his Gen.G Esports side for their strong start to the LCK Spring Split, but has warned against complacency as they look to remain unbeaten in week two.
Gen.G are 1/10 to win their next match in the LCK Spring Split against Hanwha Life Esports, who can be backed at 11/2 to prevail.
"Peanut" joined Gen.G back in November last year and was discussing his side's progress after they won each of their first three matches at the LCK Spring Split to go top of the standings.
They have so far beaten DRX, DWG KIA and Fredit BRION in their opening matches and the roster structure has allowed Jeong "Chovy" Ji-hoon and "Peanut" to be relieved of the pressure to carry their games as they had done during their tenures at other organizations.
"Peanut" has been speaking highly of the current group, praising their teamfighting in particular, although he admits he was disappointed with parts of his personal performance in their last match against Fredit BRION.
And he insists even the "slightest mistake" could undo their work so the team must remain focused as they look to close out week two top of the pile.
Asked in an interview with Inven Global about the team's latest performance, "Peanut" said: "We didn't have much lane priority around the map in game one, so it was quite tough. As for game two, I'm personally disappointed with my performance.
"My team-mates were very good at initiating the fights. We also had Jinx, so we had really strong teamfighting. However, even the slightest mistake could've led to our defeat, so we had to be careful.
"I'm glad that we're on a three-match streak. Our next match is against Hanwha Life Esports - we'll make sure to prepare well for the match and close out week two undefeated."