At 16 years 173 days he became the second youngest Blues debutant behind club legend Trevor Francis.
Kitts Green-raised Redmond joined Blues as an eight-year-old, having been spotted playing for local side Hardy Spicer. The winger started playing in Blues' under-18 side aged 14 before making his reserve team debut a year later.
Comfortable on the ball, Redmond has an abundance of pace and skill that can take him past defenders. He also has an eye for goal and is a regular scorer cutting in from the flanks. He has represented England at up to under-19 levels.
Redmond was given a three year professional contract by the club in March 2011.
It was during the 2011/12 campaign that he became a first team regular. He finished the season with seven goals from his 37 appearances and won the club's Young Player of the Season Award for his efforts.