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Leigh Griffiths revealed he has dreamed of lifting the Scottish Cup

And the in-form Hibs striker believes the Easter Road outfit can end their long wait to secure the famous old trophy as they are no longer a Scottish Cup soft touch.

Hibs face double-chasing Celtic at Hampden on Sunday.

Griffiths knows Pat Fenlons charges place in Hibs history will be secured if they finally clinch the Scottish Cup,ray ban.

And the 28-goal hitman, right, believes the manner they roared back from three down at half-time to Falkirk to win 4-3 in extra-time proves they never know when theyre beaten.

Griffiths said: “We have the chance to become legends and it doesnt matter how we do it, 90 minutes, extra-time,lunette ray ban, penalties.

“I dont care how we do it as long as we do it,ray ban.

&ldquo,borse burberry;Its a difficult task. Celtic are a great team and we know we are going to have to be at our best to beat them on the day.

“But were not a soft touch any more.

We have the chance to become legends and it doesn��t matter how we do it

Leigh Griffiths

“The gaffer has drilled it into us that we need to be hard to beat.”

Griffiths revealed he has dreamed of lifting the Scottish Cup.

But he had the same thoughts last year and that turned into a nightmare as Hibs were thrashed 5-1 by rivals Hearts.

He said: “Im not going to try and tell you I havent dreamed of walking up those stairs and lifting the cup,cheap ghd straighteners.

“I had the same dream last year and obviously it didnt happen.&rdquo,hogan uomo;

Asked if it was meant to be for Hibs after last seasons humiliating defeat, Griffiths replied: “You would like to think so.

&ldquo,cheap ghd straighteners;There arent many teams who get to a major cup final two years in a row and lose,Mulberry uk.

&ldquo,ghd sale;So we have to try and use that to our advantage.

“We need a little bit of luck on the day. Hopefully we will play our best and that will be enough,ray ban wayfarer.”

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