Dawson was on standby for the last World Cup but did not travel to Germany under Sven-Goran Eriksson and has not been capped despite call-ups to the squad from Steve McClaren.
The 26-year-old has seized his opportunity following injuries to Ledley King and Jonathan Woodgate, with Redknapp even giving him the captain's armband whenRobbie Keane has been on the bench.
'Michael's been in great form, he's showing England form,' Redknapp said.
Body on the line: Spurs captain Dawson has been in magnificent form
'In the form he's in at the moment, he could well break into the England squad.
'For me he's been absolutely fantastic. There's not too many centre-halves in the country playing better than Michael at the moment. He's a leader, good in the air, a great defender and can pass it. I certainly think if any player was going to force their way in he is a possibility.'
While King and Woodgate were playing regularly last season, Dawson's future looked uncertain. Even recently he was linked with Sunderland but Redknapp insisted: 'Not a chance, no.' London calling: Spurs boss Redknapp ready to make second Bellamy moveRedknapp insists Keane's not leaving Spurs but could move Bellamy TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR FC