Spurs made history when they beat Champions League holders Inter Milan 3-1 at White Hart Lane in mid-week.
However, Redknapp is adamant his team need to forget the elation of their European victory and focus on the tough challenge they face at the Reebok against Owen Coyle’s side.
"I was in my car driving home an hour after the end of the game the other night and you're thinking about nothing else but how we can get a result on Saturday,” Redknapp admitted to The Sun.
"We've got to play well on Saturday at Bolton away from home if we're going to pick up anything, because they're a good side, they're a dangerous team.
"I think everybody who enjoys watching football must have enjoyed the performance against Inter," he added.
"It was a great game but, as I've said before, as one game finishes, within half an hour you're thinking about Saturday's game.
"What happened on Tuesday has happened and now we're moving on and getting prepared for a big game tomorrow.
Redknapp also admitted he had cause for concern ahead of the clash against Bolton due to his side's record at the Trotters' home ground.
"You've only got to look at our record there — it's not good. I've never been to the Reebok yet and had an easy game," he concluded.