Leigh Griffiths has vowed to come again “leaner and meaner” as soon as Celtic re-emerge from the coronavirus shutdown.

The Hoops striker has battled his means again into Neil Lennon’s line-up following a tough interval off the pitch.

Lennon has discovered a means to accommodate each Griffiths and top-scorer Odsonne Edouard in his workforce and the Scotland worldwide has pulled his weight within the remaining third, contributing eight objectives since Celtic returned from the winter break.

He bagged a hat-trick towards St Mirren earlier than the Ladbrokes Premiership marketing campaign was placed on maintain in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

But the 29-year-old believes he can change into much more efficient by shedding some kilos as he appears to put 18 months of frustration behind him.

“I feel there’s more to come from me,” Griffiths advised the Celtic View. “I can nonetheless get fitter and sharper so that is what I’m engaged on for now.

“It’s all the time good to rating. I’m again within the workforce and serving to the aspect get three factors was huge. To prime that off with a hat-trick towards Saints was sensible.

“I did not go into the sport pondering I was going to get a hat-trick. You can by no means decide what is going on to occur in a sport. I simply had to be in the correct positions on the proper time and, fortunately, the objectives have come.

“It wasn’t about my objectives or my efficiency, although. It was about the entire workforce efficiency, which was sensible.

“The supervisor hasn’t had to say a lot to me. I know I can get a bit leaner and fitter so I’m engaged on that now. You by no means need to be advised that you just want to be a bit sharper.

“You need that to be concrete however in the event you’ve been advised one thing, and they’ll see room for enchancment, you have got to get that carried out.”

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