The Queens Park Rangers boss has given his verdict on who should be Roy Hodgson's long-term successor.
Redknapp recently appointed Hoddle as his first-team coach at Loftus Road and believes the 56-year-old has plenty to offer in the world of football management.
Hoddle, of course, has already been England manager but has previously revealed he would consider returning to the Three Lions.
“When Roy finishes with the job in a couple of years’ time, if they’re looking for an England manager there’s a boy at Everton [Roberto Martinez], there’s a young manager at Liverpool [Brendan Rodgers] who are fantastic and there’s Glenn Hoddle," Redknapp told talkSPORT.
“They would be big contenders and I still put Glenn in that class. He’s still capable of managing at the very top level.
"He’s got so much to offer, he’s got a fantastic football brain and I think it has been wasted.”
England are still reeling from their humiliating World Cup exit in Brazil this summer, although current boss Hodgson has been given the Football Association's full backing.
Redknapp, meanwhile, who was strong favourite to land the job before Hodgson was appointed, is gearing up for QPR's first Premier League encounter of the season against Hull City.