It is worth noting Celtic's re-arranged fixture against St Mirren will not be played until December 18 in Paisley, so they are one game short of having fulfilled the first 11 fixtures of the opening quarter of the campaign.
But to put their achievement into context, it is worth noting it is a decade since they last succeeded in going this deep into a season still boasting an unbeaten record.
It also shows the difference in consistency between this year and last. Twelve months ago Celtic seemed to toil just to work themselves up for the routine weekends of domestic football following the drama of midweek exploits in the thrilling arena of the Uefa Champions League.
It has been a different story this season; whereas this time last term they had dropped 12 points, courtesy of three draws and two defeats, this time they have drawn just twice.
It is the appetite and the hunger of his side which has delighted Lennon, who believes the freshness of the squad is maintained by the desire of the players to be as successful as possible.
Given that Celtic have lost the spine of their side following the departures of Kelvin Wilson, Victor Wanyama and Gary Hooper, while bedding in a few new faces, the two-pronged battle between keeping things ticking over in both the Champions League and the Premiership is perhaps all the more notable.
Certainly, Lennon is satisfied at the marker which has been put down for the remainder of the campaign.
"It annoyed me at times last season when we dropped points, so I've been delighted at how consistent we have been," he said. "I think it says a lot about them. They want to win, they're hungry and they have a good attitude about them.
"At the start of the season, I said to the players I wanted us to better our points tally in the league and I wanted us to be able to pick it up after the midweek games and keep it going. So far, they have been able to do that and it's been important to me that we are keeping the run going."
Meanwhile, Lennon has insisted he has every confidence Teemu Pukki and Anthony Stokes will strike up a strong partnership.
The Finnish forward hit the ground running when he first arrived at the club with his first two goals, but since then he has looked anxious at times as he strives to add to that tally.
He could have had a couple more strikes to his name at Firhill in the opening half on Sunday afternoon, but Lennon believes the player is here for the long haul and has warned it is far too premature to be casting judgment on him just yet.
"What pleases me is that he is getting into the right positions, but he is not taking the chances at the minute," said Lennon.
"He is making a contribution to the team and it is very early days for anyone to be judging him.
"There is plenty of scope in him to improve and, like I say, he is working hard for the team and we're pleased with him.
"He is in a new country with a new culture and the fact he came in at the tail end of the transfer window meant he hadn't the chance to get any kind of pre-season with us.
"I think it is only fair he is given a bit of time to settle and adjust to the demands of playing here.
"But, as long as he keeps getting himself into these positions, then the goals will come.
"To be honest, what really pleases me just now is that they are playing as a team. We've started to see all the signs that Beram Kayal is really coming back to his best and this week we should have a few more coming back to full fitness and ready to push their way back in.
"Derk Boerrigter, James Forrest and Charlie Mulgrew should all train again this week and we have also had Joe (Ledley) get a full 90 minutes of football at the weekend which was good.
"That's the first time he has had that in over a month. He grew into the weekend's game as it went on and we'd like to think that if he gets a bit more game time under his belt that he'll be in a good place for the game in Amsterdam a week tomorrow."
Lennon's sweat now for the game in Holland is concerning the fitness of Georgios Samaras after he required four stitches to a knee wound at Firhill, which the boss hopes will be taken out this weekend.
It's unlikely he will feature against Dundee United at Celtic Park this Saturday, but Lennon is desperate to have the Greek internationalist ready for the game against Ajax which could well shape Celtic's Champions League season.
"We'll keep an eye on him for a few days and see where he is," said Lennon. "Georgios is a major doubt at the minute for this weekend and we'll be sweating a wee bit on him for Ajax.
"It is early days and he'll have a full week to recover but it was a bad one. We'll need to wait and see how he is and how he recovers because he is such a vital player for us.
"In that respect, this week without having any game is hugely beneficial for us. The volume of games has been starting to catch up with us a little bit, so be able to give some of them a bit of a break will benefit us enormously, I think."