Leigh Griffiths has the Euro 2020 finals on his mind after helping Celtic win the William Hill Scottish Cup final on Sunday.

The Hoops striker has struggled to pin down a regular place in Neil Lennon’s starting line-up in this campaign after returning to pre-season training with fitness issues.

However, the 30-year-old Scotland international showed yet again what he can do when he came off the bench in extra-time against Hearts at Hampden Park with the game tied at 2-2.

Griffiths struck from close range to give Celtic the lead and although Josh Ginnelly levelled to take the match to a penalty shoot-out, the former Hibernian striker stepped up first for the Parkhead side to score from the spot before the Hoops emerged 4-3 winners.

Scotland’s first qualification for a major finals since 1998 saw them drawn in Group D along with England, Croatia and the Czech Republic for a tournament delayed until next summer due to the coronavirus crisis.

Asked about Euro aspirations, Griffiths said: “It is something to look forward to in the summer but I won’t be there if I don’t play games and keep scoring goals.

“So from now until at least March, I want to get a good run of form and still be in Steve Clarke’s plans."