Spurs boss insists he is not prioritising competitions after he fielded a much changed team against PAOK in Europe before a second string were defeated by Stoke City in League Cup
It had been suggested by some that Redknapp did not care about Spurs' League Cup exit against Stoke as it will give him more time to prepare his squad for Premier League games.
But Redknapp told The Daily Mirror: "We feel we can compete on several fronts, because we have the squad to do it.
"We changed 10 players for the Europa League last week, and then another nine players for the Carling Cup game, so I don't think it will impact on us too much to be involved in several competitions.
"It gives us the chance to blood some youngsters, and to give them opportunities. Okay, sometimes they get thrown in the deep end, but that gives them the experience they want, and we want them to get.
"It can be hard, but we honestly want to remain in every competition. We go into every game wanting to win, and believing we can win. When we change the side it allows us to keep the team fresh and to compete."
Spurs' team against Stoke contained a mixture of fringe players and youngsters but Redknapp did take the opportunity to play Rafael van der Vaart and Sandro as they both stepped up their recovery from injuries.