The striker was on target for Celtic in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Leigh Griffiths scores the second goal for Celtic
Celtic star Leigh Griffiths has admitted to the Daily Mail that he still needs to improve upon his decision-making, but is confident of scoring goals anywhere and at any level.
The striker was once again the hero for Brendan Rodgers side on Wednesday as he bagged the equaliser against FC Astana in the Champions League.
He struck 12 minutes from time after superb work from Patrick Roberts to seal his side a vital draw to take back to Celtic Park for the second leg of their third round qualifying round tie.
Celtic's Leigh Griffiths in action
And he says he is always confident of scoring goals at any level, but admits his decision-making could be better.
“I’m always confident of scoring goals, no matter what level I’m playing at,’ he told the Daily Mail.
“My decision-making could be better on occasions, but, thankfully, I’ve scored an important away goal here and we’ll look to go back to Celtic Park and finish the job.”
Celtic's Leigh Griffiths (R) celebrates scoring their third goal
It now remains to be seen whether Celtic can complete the job and make it into the group stages of the Champions League for the first time since 2013.
They will be confident of doing so given that they now have the home advantage and more importantly a vital away goal for the second leg.
Astana will not give up their place easily though, and Griffiths will keen to add more goals to his Champions League collection to see his side through.
Celtic's Leigh Griffiths celebrates after scoring their second goal