“I have scored at 19s, 21s and for the ‘B’ side, so, hopefully, I can chip in with a goal in my next Scotland game.
“I have been lucky to play for Scotland, but in terms of scoring, I have still to do that. Hopefully, that’s just around the corner.”
The prolific frontman is likely to face his Hoops team-mate, Erik Sviatchenko, who is expected to line up in central defence for the Danes.
The centre-half has performed well since arriving in the January transfer window and Griffiths is looking forward to going up against him.
He said: “Erik, of course, is a Scandinavian and we have others at Parkhead such as boss Ronny Deila and Stefan Johansen, both from Norway, and Sweden’s Mikael Lustig, so he would have known that he would settle quite well here.
“He was thrown straight in, but I don’t think the gaffer had any qualms about that. He has done well since coming here.