Sky Sports pundit Kris Boyd has fired a bold warning at Leigh Griffiths, claiming the striker has “four weeks to save his Celtic career.”
According to the Evening Times, Boyd told Sky Sports following the 4-1 win over Ross County that Griffiths is at a “crossroads” in his career and he face an important month ahead of the January window.
Leigh Griffiths right now is at that crossroads in his career. He needs to be first in, he needs to be last away. He needs to train every single day to the best of his ability because he’s not going to play.
He’s miles behind Odsonne Edouard. For me, he has got four weeks to save his Celtic career. If he doesn’t show Neil Lennon inside these four weeks, they will go and recruit a striker in January and for me, it will be over for Griffiths.
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Neil Lennon has already suggested that Celtic could be in the market for a striker in January, but to suggest that Griffiths’ career at Celtic would be over if that is the case is an incredibly bold claim.
The 29-year-old is just beginning to get up to speed following his recent injury troubles, and he looks set to have a big role to play in the next month.
If anything, Vakoun Bayo could be the man under pressure if another striker comes in, in January.