The Southampton winger is eyeing victory at Euro 2017 this summer in his last hurrah for the Young Lions.
Redmond made his senior debut as a second-half substitute in Wednesday’s 1-0 defeat in Germany after being handed his first call-up by boss Gareth Southgate.
His Under-21 colleagues face Germany in Wiesbaden on Friday before a trip to Denmark on Monday as they prepare for the 2017 European Championship in Poland.
It is Redmond’s last chance to represent the Young Lions as he will be too old after the tournament, and he wants to go out with a bang after suffering group stage elimination in 2015 and 2013.
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“Me and Nathaniel Chalobah have been to the Euros twice and we know what it’s like to lose twice. We want to get out of the group, push for the knockout stages and get to the final,” said the 23-year-old, who has 34 Under-21 caps.
“We have got aspirations to win something. We know that feeling because we won the Toulon Tournament [last summer], and the feeling of winning something in an England shirt is rare and something you never forget.
“We want to take that experience. We know what it’s like to lose and win and now we have to take that into the summer.”
Southampton team-mate and Under-21 captain James Ward-Prowse also made his Three Lions debut in Dortmund but has echoed Redmond in his desire to play for Aidy Boothroyd’s side in the summer.
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England face hosts Poland, holders Sweden and Slovakia in Kielce in June and Swansea defender Alfie Mawson believes their next two friendly games provide ideal preparation.
“They are two good footballing sides, you only have to look at their senior teams and that’s bred through their younger sides,” he said.
“It will be a tough test and that’s what we need. You don’t want to be playing easier games leading up to a tournament, you want to be testing yourself for what’s coming.
“It’s not going to be an easy tournament, but we’ve got the ability and hopefully we can go all the way and lift the trophy.”