"For the team it is obviously great to be top of the league. It's a good weekend for me, Portsmouth are top of their league and we're top of ours," beamed Jamie, who agreed it was a good time to head further south for a celebratory Sunday lunch.
"I'm going down to Bournemouth tonight, funnily enough, to see my mum," he laughed, before pointing out that the team, while handily placed, have yet to show their best.
"It's very good but, the thing is, we're probably not quite peaking yet. That's a good thing I think - we're getting the points though.
"I'm not sure what it was against Southampton, we put a lot into the Charlton game and I think it shows what a good result it was there because of how they got on against West Ham.
"We're happy with it, great penalty from Teddy - only what you expect from him."
After toiling slightly against the Saints, Jamie says you need a bit of luck to go your way from time to time.
"You do, I wasn't here, but I've heard people saying we would have lost that last year or got a draw so we're really happy.
"The good thing is we've got ten days off now, I've got a chance to let everything settle down. I've played four games now and I'm so happy, really enjoying myself."
Saturday could have been described as a 'Perfect Day' for the Redknapp family. Jamie continued to pull the midfield strings to steer us to the top of the table, while Dad Harry's Portsmouth are sitting pretty at the Division One summit