As well as Sherwood, Redknapp also said he is keen to add another ex-Tottenham player to his backroom team.
"It's about time we got the younger guys involved. People like him (Sherwood) and Les Ferdinand have a lot to offer.
"Tim's got a terrific football brain. I'd like to tap in to that and get him on the coaching ladder and see if he likes it. Les, what a great fellow to have around. We've got to have English coaches coming in coaching at the top of the Premier League."
Juande Ramos was sacked as Spurs manager late on Saturday, with Redknapp officially confirmed as his successor last Sunday - just hours before their 2-0 victory over Bolton.
Redknapp also said the club's development coach Clive Allen would definitely have a role to play in his new coaching set-up.
Bond worked as assistant to Redknapp at West Ham, Portsmouth and Southampton, and had been manager at League Two side Bournemouth before being sacked in September.
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