Jamie suffered a stress fracture of his toe in early December - a cruel blow for the midfielder who was making such a positive impact in a Spurs shirt.
He hopes to be back in training in the next ten days or so, which will be a welcome relief to the 29-year-old.
"It's coming on great actually," reported Jamie. "Obviously, when I first found out about the stress fracture it was a little bit disappointing.
"Now, it's been five weeks and I've come out of the after-cast, I should be back playing in hopefully about three weeks.
"Within the next ten days I should be back training with the lads, which is good. After the Villa game we haven't got a game for a bit so I shouldn't miss too many more."
Jamie admits that the setback was all the harder to take because he was so enjoying the start of his career at the Lane.
"It was a nightmare really because I was enjoying my football. It was just after the West Brom game when I realised I had the problem - I couldn't run in that game because it was killing me.
"I went and had a X-ray the next day and it showed that I had a stress fracture. There is absolutely nothing you can do about it other than immobilise it and rest.
"It feels a lot better now and I just want to get back as soon as possible."
The former Liverpool captain has endured a number of lengthy injury absences in the past, but says he did not get too down this time around as a clear recovery period was mapped out.
"I was doing a bit of gym work and the gaffer said to keep my head up. The thing is that it wasn't too long, if it had been like three or four months I would have been gutted but this was not too bad.
"I am feeling a lot better now I'm walking about."
Jamie Redknapp reports that he will hopefully be back in action in about three weeks time.