Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is yet to score for England at Euro 2016.
Kane has struggled to make an impact for England at Euro 2016 so far, and there have been some suggestions that the 22-year-old is suffering with fatigue.
Kane has not had a rest since breaking into Tottenham’s first team in the early stages of the 2014/15 campaign.
Kane played for England last summer at the European under-21 Championships, and he then went on to play a vital role for Spurs' in the past campaign.
However, Redknapp feels that tiredness is not the reason why Kane has struggled so far at Euro 2016.
He said: “I had to laugh when people started telling me that Harry Kane is tired. I’ve certainly not seen any evidence of that this tournament – his workrate has been excellent and he doesn’t look any different to how he did for Tottenham last season.
“He’s not hit the high standards he sets himself in the Premier League yet, granted, and I agreed with him when he said that the main reason for this is that the ball hasn’t really fallen his way.
“This is what he needs at the moment, an easy chance or a lucky goal. When you’re not scoring regularly – Kane has one goal in his last seven games for club and country – you need that confidence booster.”
Kane, himself, has denied that he is feeling fatigued - and insists that he is in the optimum condition to represent his nation.
The 22-year-old did not start in England’s last match against Slovakia, but he could come back into Roy Hodgson’s team for their last 16 clash with Iceland later this evening.
The winner of the Three Lions’ match against Iceland will go on to face the hosts, France, in the next round of the international tournament.