He is clinging on to the hope that injury-plagued duo Zamora and Remy, who have yet to appear together for the Hoops, can form a lethal partnership up front.
"I still feel we'll get out of it," said a defiant Redknapp after the Manchester United loss.
"It [defeat] leaves us bottom today but we won't be bottom at the end of the season.
"With Bobby Zamora and [Loic] Remy coming back from injury I see two forwards that can start scoring some goals between now and the end of the season for us.
"That's been our problem, we don't score enough goals. Between them I can see them doing some damage to teams."