The Spurs boss is currently under trial after being charged with two counts of cheating the public revenue, with evidence being presented that the manager received unaccounted money into a foreign bank account.
With the north London club preparing to take on Watford in the FA Cup, Bond has maintained that the side will be equally as focussed despite Redknapp’s absence.
“Clearly the manager is not here, but very little has changed really,” the assistant stated in a press conference, which was documented in The Telegraph.
”The training carries on pretty much as normal and everybody has been getting on with things as normal so there’s not really a lot of difference except obviously Harry is not here during the day.
“We had a similar scenario a few weeks ago when Harry had a small (heart) procedure done and he wasn’t here for a week or so leading up to the Fulham game,” he concluded.
Spurs have a number of injury concerns ahead of their trip to Vicarage Road, as Scott Parker is nursing a hamstring injury, Gareth Bale has a sore thigh and Younes Kaboul has a groin ailment.
By Gareth McKnight