Kane is one of the best players in the current Tottenham squad and is having a wonderful season.
During the 2014-15 campaign, the England international scored 21 goals and created 27 chances in 34 league matches.
Former Tottenham manager Redknapp has revealed that he is happy to see Kane having yet another successful season.
The Englishman has also criticised comments from pundits earlier in the season claiming that the youngster is a one-season wonder.
“I was also delighted to see Harry Kane score again,” Redknapp wrote in The Telegraph referring to Kane’s goal for Tottenham against Liverpool away from home at Anfield in the Premier League on Saturday evening.
“He has now scored more Premier League goals in a single season than any other Tottenham player in history, and I remember how some pundits wrote him off as a one-season wonder. I thought that was so stupid.
“He is clearly the real deal and deserves all the success he is having. He lives for football and Tottenham are so lucky to have him – and they need him if they are to overhaul Leicester.”
Kane started the season slowly, but he has proved himself in the Premier League and has shown that he is not a one-season wonder.
To score more than 20 goals in successive seasons in the Premier League in not an easy task, and the youngster’s achievement proves that he is a very good striker.