No, it can't
As several other people have mentioned, the feet on this animal are too small to generate the sort of buoyant force needed to run on water. However, there's another problem that this creature will face: its legs look too weak to generate anywhere near enough force.
Your creature already has fairly weak-looking legs compared to someone like Usain Bolt, the fastest human runner. However, it also has a gigantic tail that looks like it would weigh almost as much as its body. The more extra weight a creature has to carry, and the more of its body weight is carried in anything but leg muscle, the harder it's going to be for the creature to run across water. Your creature also appears to have no gluteus maximus muscles, so as depicted running much at all is going to be difficult.
What changes do you need to make?
- Give it gigantic leg muscles.
Think several times the size of human leg muscles. This creature needs to be an incredibly powerful sprinter if it's going to run across water.
Right now, your creature has an enormous, thick tail. If you want it to remain tailed, make the tail significantly thinner. This will reduce its overall body weight. For a tailed creature, you should also change its posture so that its back is horizontal to the ground. Less "person" and more "velociraptor".
- Make the feet bigger, with longer toes.
Surface area is a good thing! If you want your creature to be able to run on water, give it bigger feet to help it do so.
Remember the square-cube law! Basilisk lizards can run across water despite having tiny, skinny legs because they're small. Their legs are proportionately far stronger than human legs, and the viscosity of water is the same regardless of how much you weigh.