The striker was the Jags hero as Jackie McNamara's side beat Cowdenbeath on Sunday to book their place in the Ramsdens Cup showpiece against Queen of the South.
With his loan deal due to end in December, Craig could miss out on the big day if a deal isn't struck with Ross County to extend his stay.
The 31-year-old, who netted the decisive spot kick to knock Ian McCall's side out in the semis two years ago, said: "Any goal you score to win a semi-final, be it in a penalty shoot-out or in open play, is a pleasure.
"For my part it is just a pleasure to be involved in getting Thistle through to a cup final for the first time since the League Cup in 1971. It's just nice to be part of it all.
"To be honest with you (my future) is not something that I have given too much thought to.
"The only thing I have any control over is the fact that I'm here until December 31, and I'll give it my all right up until then. It will be up to the powers that be at County at that point.
"At the moment I'm just concentrating on playing as well as I can for Partick Thistle."
Craig's intervention proved crucial for Thistle at Central Park, with the striker finishing off Jags' best move of the game to clinch a narrow victory.
It was a battling performance from the Firhill side and Craig reckons that spirit will prove crucial this season.
"The fans have been brilliant and that comes from us doing well on the park. We need them to keep turning up and cheering us because it definitely helps.
"The semi-final was a real battle and it wasn't a game for the neutral. Sometimes semi-finals are like that. We went there and we knew that Cowdenbeath would be really well organised.
"They are a good team as well and they nullified our strengths at times but thankfully we came out on top in the battle."
He added: "If you want to win any division you need to win ugly at times. You are never going to go through a whole season playing pretty, entertaining football.
"There are going to be times when you need to roll up the sleeves and battle away for 90 minutes and it is a good sign that we are capable of changing our ways and doing that.
"The goal started off with Stephen O'Donnell. Steven Lawless was clean through and a lot of strikers would have shot in that position but he has great awareness, and that shows why he is our top scorer this season, and he put it on a plate for me. That's one I owe him."