"It's seven points out of nine, which is good, but I don't want us to just be a home team,"
"I want to start putting wins on the board away from home if we're realistically going to get up the table.
The manager then said:
"To do that we'll need to play a lot better than the first 25 minutes of the first half on Saturday, that's for sure."
Wanderers have won only once away from home all season - a 1-0 win against Birmingham City in Lennon's first game in charge courtesy of a Matt Mills header.
This weekend of course sees the Whites welcome Huddersfield Town to the Macron Stadium and will be hoping/expecting to win again.
I think we will, too.