The Scotland striker emerged as a second-half substitute and set up the Frenchman for his dramatic winner with just three minutes left in the Betfred League Cup semi-final.
Since being injured in the lead-up to the previous meeting of the rivals – a 5-1 win with the former Fulham frontman caliming a hat-trick – Griffiths has had to make do with a place on the bench.
But Rodgers threw on last season’s 40-goal man for the last 25 minutes at Hampden and it proved the difference as the Hoops claimed a place in next month’s Final against Aberdeen.
Now the striker has called on Brendan Rodgers to unleash the double-act – with the trip to Monchengladbach in the Champions League looming a week on Tuesday.
Griffiths said: “The times we’ve played together have been limited. But when we have done so we’ve shown we can work well together. We’ve linked up.
“We showed it against Astana when I rolled the ball back for Moussa and we got the penalty.
“The same again today. The signs are there that we can play together.