With 25 Premier League goals for Spurs this past season, the 22-year-old hitman out-scored everybody else in England's top flight for what was a wonderful achievement.
It bodes well for England in France this month as Kane looks set to spearhead the Three Lions' attack at the Euros.
Kane - who gears up for his first major tournament with England - is clearly an outstanding goalscorer, and Redknapp says the young forward will show the continent what all the fuss is about, tipping him to finish top of the pile in the individual stakes - if the service is on point.
"I have no doubt he will excel in France and, if given the right service, I really think the Premier League's top scorer will go close in the Golden Boot," he said to The Mail.
Kane is one of five Tottenham players heading over in England's 23-man squad, along with full-backs Danny Rose and Kyle Walker, and young midfielder Eric Dier and Dele Alli.
If England excel in France, and they might, given their squad, then Tottenham could end up playing a big role in that.