Rogue top laner Andrei "Odoamne" Pascu insists his side have the "tools to win everything" going into their LEC Spring Split play-off final on Sunday.
In that match, Rogue will play the winners of Saturday's match between Fnatic and G2 Esports - Fnatic are 8/15 to overcome G2, who can be backed at 11/8 to prevail.
Rogue came into the LEC Spring Split regular season as top seeds and justified their label with 14 wins from 18 matches to finish first in the standings.
They were rewarded with qualification for the play-off semi-finals, defeating Misfits Gaming 3-1 to then progress to the upper-bracket final of the split.
And despite falling 2-0 down, they pulled off a heroic comeback win to see off Fnatic 3-2 and book their place in the Grand Final this coming weekend.
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It is a great achievement from Rogue and even more so for their top laner "Odoamne", who has been with the side since November 2020 and who is yet to win a major.
That is surprising for one of the Esport's most consistent players, but he is confident that Rogue can be crowned LEC Spring Split champions this time around, insisting that if they do not then their key win over Fnatic last time out was for nothing.
Speaking ahead of the final to Inven Global, "Odoamne" said: "I know people are really happy and hyped that we reverse swept Fnatic but the bigger game is next week.
"We can't be happy with what we have now, because if we go into next weekend and get 3-0'd, none of this matters.
"We have the power and tools to win everything - it would be a shame to let it pass."