Skipper Jamie, on the comeback trail after a knee injury, has been watching the drama unfold like the rest of us over the last four games and insists there has been much to admire attacking-wise.
"It has been a crazy few weeks - some good, some bad," he reflected. "There has been some great stuff played, but we have conceded some bad goals.
"That is how it works, we must eradicate the errors because the football we’re playing is very good. Lots of attacking football with Jermain and Robbie linking up very well, but we seem to be leaking goals.
"I’m sure we’ll get that right and, once we do that, we’ll be a real force as the squad is looking really good at the moment."
Jamie hopes that the surrendering of leads is simply a unwanted phase following the FA Cup reverse and suspects it won't take too long to put right.
"You don’t want it to keep happening, that’s for sure. Until you’re out there it is hard to appreciate what the lads are going through, you can see the nerves creeping in and it gets edgy.
"I’m sure we’ll be fine because there are a lot of good players out there and once we get a lead and keep it, it will be a real psychological boost for us."
Jamie Redknapp concedes that it has been a 'crazy few weeks' for the team, but backs the lads to maintain their attacking threat while tightening up at the back.