Alan Hutton believes Tottenham need to tighten up at the back despite their lofty Premier League standing.
Sunday's injury-time 2-1 success over Liverpool means Spurs are fifth in the table - a point behind Manchester City.
Tottenham have conceded the most of any of the top five sides and have surprisingly kept just the one clean sheet this term.
Hutton is annoyed at how leaky Redknapp's backline has been this season and is determined to help tighten things up at the back.
The Scottish full-back knows competition for top-four places is fierce, although he sees no reason why Spurs cannot recreate their heroics of last term.
"Of course it annoys you. As a defender we always want to keep clean sheets and to only have a few is not great," he told the Daily Mirror. "It is something we will work on because we don't want to give goals away.
"But we're an attacking team with a lot of attacking players and I think that when you play like that you're going to lose a goal or two.
"We don't want to give away goals but it's one of those things. I think we've shown great character to come back all the time.
"The wins that we've had have been unbelievable. We've mixed it with the best this season and we've come out on top on a lot of occasions.
"I don't think it's ever a case of us to give up and just take a draw. We are an attacking team and we want to attack right to the last minute. We always go for it. It's exciting for the fans.
"I don't really think there's a big four anymore. I think it's that strong now that there's six, seven, even eight teams right up there and challenging for a top four spot. So it's really tough this year.
"If we keep going the way we are going and maybe stop giving away some goals I don't see why we can't be up there.
"I don't see why people should write us off. We're a massive team with a lot of good players, young players, and we've got a lot of players still to come back from injury, so it's looking good for us at the moment and hopefully we can keep on building on it."