Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths wrote his name into the history books last night and then immediately set his sights on Rangers on Sunday.

Griffiths has applauded Steven Gerrard’s Rangers who accompany Celtic into the Europa League group stages but warned that the Ibrox side had not faced “a team like us yet.”

Speaking after netting his 100th goal for the club, Griffiths said: “We’ve nothing to prove on Sunday. The fans and everybody else knows how well we can play.

“Yeah, we’ve had a sticky patch and lost a couple of games but that’s two clean sheets on the bounce now so we need to move forward. There’s a big game coming on Sunday and that’s when big players turn up.

“Listen, they’ve been playing well. Their new manager has come in and got them playing well but it’s a different kettle of fish when he comes up agaisnt us.

“He’s not come up against a team like us yet and hopefully we’ll do our talking on the pitch on Sunday.

“It doesn’t feel any different this tie - it’s a derby at the end of the day and every single player is going to be up for it.

“There’s going to be a bit of a difference with the crowd, we’ll have more fans behind us which a lot of their players won’t have experienced.

“We’ve got a lot of experience in our team who have faced that kind of derby before and hopefully that will stand us in good stead on Sunday.”

Meanwhile, Griffiths last night revealed he vomited at half-time last night as he fought off a viral infection.

The Scotland internationalist hit his century for the club with his first-half free-kick against Suduva but has already set his sights on the next landmark.

Griffiths is keen to tie up a long-term contract at Celtic and believes if he can secure his future at the club that he can get to 150.

“I’ve been ill all day,” said Griffiths, who was in court most of the day on a speeding charge. “I was sick at half-time and I said to the manager and the doctor that I probably only had 10 or 15 minutes left in me.

“I think I made one lung bursting run and that was me, my head was gone.

“If I can get this new contract over the line and get another few years under my belt then who knows?

“It just depends on how long I sign for.

“If I can set my next target for 150 then that would be great. It’s not a bad way to start off the negotiations.

“But we’ve got a big game Sunday now and the contract can take care of itself.

“We can just look forward to Sunday now and try and get the three points.”