With 35 matches played, the Hoops have won 27, drawn five and lost just three, scoring 81 goals and conceding 20 along the way.
Despite failing to secure victory in the latest Old Firm Derby over the weekend, the Bhoys still have a six-point gap over their Glasgow arch-rivals in second.
One figure who hasn’t played much of a part for the Parkhead club in the current campaign is left-back Boli Bolingoli.
Having been slammed for his “unacceptable” efforts on the training field when he was part of the squad earlier in the season by Frank McAvennie, the Belgian’s future at Celtic is very much in doubt moving forward.
Now that the upcoming summer transfer window is on the horizon, this could give Postecoglou the chance to finally get rid of the 26-year-old outcast and bring in a suitable replacement at the same time.
With that in mind, having been linked with a move for Hammarby left-back Mohanad Jeahze in recent days, this could open the door for Bolingoli to finally bring his time at Celtic to an end.
In his five league games for the Swedish club in the 2022 season prior to today’s clash against Malmo, the 25-year-old has racked up 21 crosses, 13 interceptions and nine tackles.
Contrast that with the two league games that Bolingoli played this term against Livingston and Motherwell, as he ended up committing more fouls (six) than the combined number of tackles (four) and interceptions (one) that he made.
Labelled a “class” player by Hammarby team-mate Darijan Bojanic, £1.6m-valued Jeahze could be just what Celtic need to get the Belgian out of the club and add some depth to Postecoglou’s squad at left-back.
Even if the Parkhead club aren’t able to secure a deal for the Iraq international this summer, they should still do all they can to offload Bolingoli and get his £15k-per-week wages off their books.