The striker's form has been a key reason why the Hoops have wrapped up another Scottish Premiership title.
The 25-year-old has enjoyed a sensational campaign for the Bhoys, scoring 39 goals in all competitions, including 30 in the league which inspired the side to their fifth successive Scottish Premiership title.
But rather than play down the chances of repeating such a run of form next season, Griffiths has claimed that he could do more and, perhaps worryingly for any rivals, appears to know which aspects of his game require attention for him to reach that next level.
"Of course I can get better," he told the Evening Times. "I'm still working hard in training on my movement, my first touch, my link-up play. Everything can improve. Hopefully next season you will see a better me."
With Griffiths' form arguably being head and shoulders above almost anyone in the Hoops' squad that features in an attacking position, it is likely that he will need to make improvements to his game as opponents will undoubtedly look at him as the man that they need to keep quiet if they hope to beat Celtic.
But if he is able to modify his game over the coming months, he will return for the new season posing several new questions that defenders will not have prepared for, and that may well enable him to match this year's tally, or perhaps even surpass it.