By his own admission, the full-back has been nowhere near his optimum this season, but hopes an improved display at Forest Green on Saturday will change that.
He said: “Personally, I know I’m a lot better than how I’ve played.
“Without sounding big-headed, or egotistical, I know that today (Saturday) was a glimpse of how I can play.
“Last week (against Macclesfield) I worked as hard as I could, I’m not going to say I didn’t put everything in as I always do.But my performance itself was way below par and it should have been better.”
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It’s not just Griffiths who has been off his game though as Town’s early displays were in stark contrast to how they were playing in pre-season.
The defender has shown signs he is getting back to the kind of form that persuaded Peterborough to pay a six-figure fee for his services while at Dagenham & Redbridge and he believes Hatters will flourish with a settled back four.
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