After beating champions-elect Celtic and securing a 0-0 Edinburgh derby draw at Hearts, fourth-placed Hibs have 32 points from 22 games, just one point less than accumulated in the whole of last season when they finished 11th.
The two-week hiatus now offers a chance to reflect on the season so far and look to the final months of the campaign.
Fenlon said: "I don't think we had any real targets. The target at the start of the season was to try to get ourselves in that top six, that's still the same.
"I think we're fairly close to our full points tally last year already.
"The players deserve great credit for that. There's been a massive turnaround in relation to points, but attitude and application to games as well."