Maybe, maybe not. DOMS is not a sign of progress, and shouldn't be interpreted that way.
After a great deal of experience, I use DOMS to tell me how adjusted my body is to the workout I last performed. If I have a lot of DOMS, I was not well adjusted - my next workout should reinforce this adaptation. If I have no DOMS, then I am well adjusted to the last workout - I can keep performing the workout as-is to maintain that level, or step it up to increase adaptation. It might help to talk about specific exercises or weights at this point.
Hope this helps.