While the currently absent midfielder acknowledges that the top three look like breaking away from the pack, he reasons that there is not much, points wise, between the rest of the teams and all is still there to play for in the league and cups.
"I think the top three is done and dusted - you've got Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea who are fighting it out for the championship," predicted Jamie. "All the rest are going for the other Champions League spot, UEFA Cup and then, obviously, there is the relegation battle.
"I feel that with the players we have got we can do well this season - as has been shown in some of the games."
Jamie does concede, however, that some of the performances this season have been below par, but suspects the team will soon be back on an upward curve.
"There's games we have been disappointing in, we are not going to deny that. Earlier in the season there was the Southampton and Fulham games that were poor results - as was the Bolton game.
"There have been some bad performances but, if you look on the other side of it, we have put on some good displays - like Leeds, Liverpool, Everton - and the team did match Arsenal last weekend and I felt we should have beaten them.
"So we have shown what we can do and we do have a few key players missing. We've obviously got Fredi to come back, who has been sensational since he came here. Then we have Simon Davies, Christian Ziege and myself.
"Hopefully, once we get everyone fit, we can start to push on and show what we can do. We have got a good young squad."
Captain Jamie Redknapp feels that the squad possesses the quality to make a significant impact on the Premiership pecking order this season.