Jamie missed his first game of the season against Fulham last Wednesday with a slight calf injury, but was back in the thick of the action in the 3-2 win over the club his dad used to manage.
"It was a big win for us," reflected Jamie at Spurs Lodge on Monday. "After the Fulham game it was important that we bounced back and it is not really a case of how you do it, it's just doing it.
"There wasn't too much going on in the first half, but the second was fairly eventful.
"It was great to see Robbie in good form on Sunday though and he's definitely won the fans over, that's for sure."
Jamie adds that, with virtually a whole team of senior players unavailable for selection, it is a positive that the team is still picking up wins with weakened resourses.
"The amount of players that are not available to us at the moment is unbelieveable - there is another team out there.
"The good thing is that we battled hard and are showing a lot of resilience at the moment in the team.
"Everyone that is coming in is doing well and it's a great start we've made."
Jamie Redknapp described victory over West Ham as a 'big win' and was impressed with the impact of Robbie Keane on his debut.