Redknapp, who departed White Hart Lane at the end of last season, is already scouring the market for players to take to Loftus Road in the January transfer window as he attempts to pull off the great escape and keep the R’s in the Premier League this season.
And, it appears that he could be ready to take 28-year-old former England international, Bentley, across London after admitting his admiration for the player.
Bentley struggled for first-team football under Redknapp during their time together at Spurs, but he has impressed during a loan stint at Russian side FC Rostov.
As a result, Redknapp could be set to give the former Arsenal trainee a chance to resurrect his career with QPR in the New Year.
“Bentley could play,” Redknapp said. “He’s a good player.
“It shows he must want to play football as he went to Russia.
“He didn’t just take his pay-cheque. I had no problems with him.
“He was unlucky at Tottenham. He needs a fresh start. He can play David.”
Burton midfielder Martin Samuelsen will use the international break to recover from illness after pulling out of Norway U21's games.
Jonas Lossl is staying 'optimistic' over Huddersfield's chances of survival this season and has urged his team-mates to 'go for it'.
Fernando Forestieri is back in training for Sheffield Wednesday after missing the last six months because of a knee injury.
New Walsall manager Dean Keates will be in charge for the first time when promotion-chasing Wigan visit the Banks's Stadium on Wednesday night.
Rochdale have no new injury worries ahead of Tuesday's Sky Bet League One relegation battle with fellow strugglers Fleetwood.