QPR and Tottenham fought out a dour goalless draw at Loftus Road on Saturday following days of build-up centred around the nature of the relationship between their managers.
Redknapp stated two weeks ago that only a "dope" could fail at Chelsea and former Blues boss Villas-Boas responded with a barb pointing out that his rival has never been asked to manage such a big club. But Redknapp, who was sacked by Tottenham in June, has praised the job done by his successor at White Hart Lane.
"There is no problem with him, I don't know him - I met him on the touchline for one minute and talked to him," he said.
"A story was made up after I said the other week that you would have to be dopey not to succeed with Chelsea's squad.
"I was talking about (current Chelsea manager) Rafael Benitez and I said I don't think he will fail because he is not a dope and he is a very clever manager.
"I never mentioned anyone else - so I don't know why people have to twist it and make it look like I'm talking about Villas-Boas.
"The next time I see him, please God we are all here, will be next year hopefully. I just see what a good job he is doing and he is doing a good job. He didn't take my job, I didn't have a job - I was gone.
"Someone had to take the job, what difference to me if he takes it or someone else takes it, it makes no difference to my life."