Redknapp said earlier this season: "I remember it well. Kevin was hopeless. I mean, he was really poor."
Wanderers star Davies, 32, grins and rolls his eyes when reminded about it - but admits he cannot really argue as his career was going nowhere back then.
He said: "I like Harry, he tells it how it is and he knows the game pretty well - and it's probably fair comment, actually.
"I said 'Maybe I should just come and watch this one' but he insisted. I knew I wasn't in the best of shape, I was probably carrying too much weight because I hadn't played for six months or so.
"With all the stick I got, it couldn't have been a worse start. Harry was probably right, I didn't have the best of games that day.
"But since then, I've done well against Tottenham so maybe now he's changed his mind about me - although he's never tried to buy me as far as I know!"