Spurs bounced back from a shock 1-0 loss at home to Wolves on the weekend and Redknapp was full of positives for his players, especially midfielders Niko Kranjcar and Aaron Lennon who terrorised the City defence.
"I would think Niko Kranjcar must have been close," Redknapp said. "I don't know what he's got to do to get a 'man of the match' after that performance.
"He was fantastic, Aaron was brilliant. They all worked well, the whole team defended well, every one of them. We were strong. It was a great performance.
"The little man (Lennon), we have to keep giving him the ball - that's what I keep telling them to do, give it to him till he's sick of it and if you keep supplying him with the ball he'll keep creating chances for you."
Redknapp added: "That was as good as we've played over the 90 minutes. We never let off. All the chances were created by us, it was a great performance by us."