Our unbeaten record fell by the wayside when Manchester United inflicted our first defeat in eight games - seven in the Premiership, one in the Carling Cup - at the Lane on Saturday.
The skipper believes the next three matches against Everton, Portsmouth and Bolton are key to showing how we've progressed under the new management structure at the club.
"We've looked at the next three fixtures and I've talked about it with the boys, they are very tough but they are games that you'd like to think we can get something out of," said Jamie at Spurs Lodge this afternoon.
"Everton will be a hard game on Saturday, it's another tough one at Portsmouth two weeks on Monday then we've Bolton at home.
"If this is a different Tottenham, these are games where we have go and do well rather than do well in some games and not in others. We've got to keep our form going.
"That is the way the club wants to progress and we all want to be part of that."
Everton are flying high at the moment and third in the table and Jamie believes it's the confidence factor more than anything that will make it tough at Goodison.
"We know it will be hard because, more than anything else, Everton are in-form and will be confident," he added.
"But we're looking forward to it and with the players we've got and the likes of Robbie and Jermain up front, we can cause any team problems."
Jamie Redknapp looks positively at our start to the season and insists: "We can't let it go now."