The Bhoys forward is looking ahead to the Scottish League Cup semi-final against Rangers.
The one-goal victory took Celtic three points above second-placed Aberdeen, with Ronny Deila's side still having a game in hand over the Dons.
And Griffiths was pleased with a result that improves yet further Celtic's 2015. His focus, however, is now on a huge Scottish League Cup semi-final against Rangers, which takes place next Sunday.
Not the greatest of Games, but 3 points and back to where belong! HUGE game next Sunday. Big week coming up! Really looking forward to it!— leigh griffiths (@Leighgriff09) January 24, 2015
Since Celtic returned from their warm-weather training camp, every league game has been won by the Bhoys, with Kris Commons' deflected strike earning them the three points yesterday afternoon.
What wonders Gran Canaria, a simply beautiful island, seems to have done for the Scottish champions.
Their recent success, though, will count for nothing should they fail to beat Rangers next weekend. For all the turmoil Rangers have suffered, Celtic fans only need look south to the English FA Cup to see how a knockout competition can distort matters.
Both Manchester City & Chelsea lost to lower-league opposition yesterday, while Tottenham lost at home to Leicester and Liverpool & Manchester United (on Friday night) drew with lower-league opposition.
Griffiths, then, is right to emphasise the enormity of the Celtic - Rangers clash. And all eyes will be on the cup in the coming days.