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Speaking exclusively to Football FanCast, ex-Celtic striker Frank McAvennie said he believes Celtic have missed a trick by not playing "best finisher at the club" Leigh Griffiths more often this season.
The former Scottish striker has been restricted to a bit-part role at Celtic Park this term, starting just seven Scottish Premiership matches, and hasn't been included in the XI since January.
Despite his lack of opportunities under both Neil Lennon and now John Kennedy, Griffiths has still chipped in with six goals and two assists in all competitions, in under 750 minutes of action.
And his lack of game-time has led to speculation surrounding his future - with Aberdeen, who've recently signed Scott Brown on a player-coach role, interested in making a double-swoop in order to bring Griffiths to the North of Scotland.
The former Wolves and Hibs striker has been an outstanding servant to Celtic, scoring more than 100 goals in his eight seasons in Glasgow, but has under 14 months remaining on his contract with the Hoops, which could lead to a summer departure.
And given his goalscoring prowess, McAvennie believes that Griffiths has been unused this season. He told Football FanCast:
"I look at him and think, he's the best striker at Celtic. At the moment he's better than Edouard, finishing I mean, he's the best finisher at the club. You give him a chance and he'll put it away, that's what he does.
"I'd have played Griffiths, I'd have stuck with it. I don't get this in the modern day game, people saying he's not fit. I've heard John Kennedy saying he's not fit, Neil Lennon saying he's not, that's on you, you're the manager. What are all these fitness coaches getting paid for?"
It's been a difficult campaign for Celtic, but with Odsonne Edouard the only player to reach double figures in the league, they might have missed a trick by not playing Griffiths slightly more.