CELTIC striker Leigh Griffiths says he wouldn't celebrate scoring against former club Hibernian - although he'd be willing to take a cup final penalty against them.

The Hoops striker marked his return from injury with a goal after coming off the bench in Saturday's resounding 6-1 win against Kilmarnock. 

The Leith-born forward spent two seasons at the Easter Road club between 2011 and 2013. 

He replied to a range of questions in a Twitter Q&A with Hoops supporters on Monday afternoon.

Q: Would you celebrate if you scored against Hibs for Celtic?

Q: Celtic v Hibs Scottish Cup final, last minute penalty. Would you take it?

Q: If you could play any game over again, what would it be and why?

Griffiths also looked ahead to Wednesday's Champions League tie with Manchester City, describing reaching the group stages as the best moment of his career so far.

Q: How are you feeling about the game on Wednesday?

Q: Best career moment so far?

Q: How do you feel with our chances in the Champions League?

Q: If you could have one current Man City player at Celtic who would it be? Why?

The 26-year-old described working under new manager Brendan Rodgers as 'brilliant', insisted he'd rather have Hoops captain Scott Brown in his team than Barcelona legend Andres Iniesta and revealed his dream strike partner.

Q: How have you enjoyed working with Brendan Rodgers so far?

Q: If you could pick a striker past or present from Celtic to partner with who would it be?

Q: Toughest player you have ever played against?

Q: If you were to pick one of your most favourite goals which one would it be?