Redfearn has said that he has a great deal of respect for Cellino, who has divided opinion since arriving at Elland Road earlier this year.
"I speak to Massimo," Redfearn told BBC Radio Leeds. "We talk about everything. He talks about players and systems and teams, who is doing well, who is injured and who is coming back.
"He is a knowledgeable guy and he is a really enthusiastic guy. He loves his football. He wants to do well for the club and I want to help him.
"What he has achieved at Cagliari is some achievement in that type of football and that type of environment. He knows about players and knows about getting players in – we have to go respect that."
Leeds beat Bolton Wanderers 1-0 in Redfearn's first match in charge last Saturday.