Leigh Griffiths has revealed Ange Postecoglou is keen to keep him at Celtic and a deal could be done in the next few days.

The striker's contract is set to expire at the end of the month as the club have not yet triggered the one year extension clause.

That had led to interest in Griffiths with some Scottish clubs reportedly willing to bring him in should he depart Parkhead.

However the player has now confirmed, following positive discussions with the new manager at the helm, that both parties are hopeful of having Griff stick around and it is now just about figuring out a deal which suits.

Speaking on BBC Sport Scotland, Griffiths was asked about his contract expiring, to which he replied: "At the end of the month I'm supposed to be [out of contract] but I spoke to the manager and he's keen to keep me on. So we're looking for a deal that can be done, and hopefully it can be done in the next few days."

Griffiths, 30, was labelled unfit for most of last season by former Celts boss Neil Lennon. But the Scotland cap - who missed out on Steve Clarke's Euro 2020 squad - insisted he felt unfairly treated at times during the campaign.

He added: "From the club's point of view I've not been badly treated, not at all. Do I think the management team didn't give me enough opportunities last season? At times, yeah. The run I got from December through to the end of January I was fine, I was starting games and playing well.

"The only game I didn't play more than 60 minutes was the game at Ibrox. We were playing well then got a man sent-off and I was the one who came off. Apart from that I was scoring goals, assisting goals and playing well. Then there was a bad 45 minutes against St Mirren and that was the turning point."