LEIGH GRIFFITHS hopes to start enjoying his football again after penning a short term deal with Falkirk until the end of the season.

The one-time Scotland international has switched to the League One outfit after being released by Celtic in January.

After signing for The Bairns, Griffiths said: “I’m really happy to be here.

"Martin and Kenny made it clear that they thought I could help them with the club’s promotion push.

"For me it’s about getting back enjoying football again and helping the team push up the league.”

Falkirk head coach Martin Rennie added: “I’m delighted that we’ve been able to bring Leigh to the club.

"He’s a very talented player who has scored goals throughout his career, and I think the timing has worked out really well for both the club and the player to come in and get playing games, and I’m sure scoring goals.”

Griffiths has scored nearly 250 club goals in over 500 club appearances for a host of clubs including Celtic, Hibernian and Wolves.

The 31-year-old was most recently with Dundee, but he failed to make an impact on-loan with James McPake's side.