The midfielder, out since December with a stress fracture in his foot, had a scan last week that bought welcome news.
"I had another scan last week on the foot and it showed that the bone is healing better," revealed Jamie. "It has obviously been a long time, but unfortunately there is nothing you can do about it."
The 29-year-old was hoping for a return to training in late-January, but the pain returned and he was forced into a further period of recovery.
"I had the same pain as before, so I had another scan and had to take a step back.
"When I first starting picking it up about a month ago I was alright for a couple of days, but then it started getting sore again. I had to rest the foot and, like I say, have given it a bit more time now and hopefully this time it will work.
"I'm feeling better. Hopefully it will ease up a bit now and I will be able to push on. I started doing a bit of jogging today and, with no more setbacks, I will hopefully be back training with the lads in a couple of weeks.
"The doctor says I can do that as long as there is no reaction."
Jamie Redknapp reports that he hopes to be back training with the squad in the next two weeks.