Spurs currently sit second on the league table, five points behind Leicester City, and according to Redknapp have the players in place to pose a genuine threat to the high-flying Foxes and other contenders around them such as Arsenal and Manchester City.
Redknapp touched on the rock-solid defence, the options in attack and the stellar form of promising talent Dele Alli as the major factors in Tottenham's premiership quest.
"This is a good Spurs squad, they haven't got a Gareth Bale or Luka Modric – but they have got a stronger squad all-round now," Redknapp told BT Sport.
"I am a big fan of Mauricio Pochettino. They have a genuine chance of winning the League.
"They have strength in depth everywhere, he's got four full-backs they rotate. They have lost [centre-back] Jan Vertonghenbut Kevin Wimmer, they think, is good enough.
"Eric Dier has been great in midfield, but they still think he is going to be a centre-half. If Harry Kane got an injury, they say the Korean boy [Son Heung-min] and Nacer Chadli can play up front.
"Their youth could work in their favour. What a fantastic player Dele Alli is. He has no fear. He plays with no respect for the opposition almost.
"He doesn't care who he has it out with. He has a streak in him, he doesn't mind a bit of aggro, does he? He's only a kid, but I think he is an amazing talent."