The talented teenager has joined up with the League Two side until the end of the season.
The attacking midfielder will spend the rest of the campaign on loan with The Hatters, who are chasing promotion from the fourth tier of English football.
The 18-year-old spoke about the move earlier in the week. He told the Luton On Sunday what his main attributes were and aired his hopes of securing promotion with his new club:
"This is my opportunity to showcase myself and experience first team football,”
“Luton came earlier but it wasn’t the right time and now I feel I’m ready. I wanted to get out and get first team football and I felt Luton was the right club...
"I’m very excited to join this promotion push and I just hope I can help them.
“I’m quick and dynamic as the manager said, I've got good feet and hopefully I can entertain the fans. I’m very versatile, I can play through the middle, out wide or up the top.
“I've achieved quite a lot recently so I’m just here to achieve more, I want to get promoted, I know I’m still developing as a player but I want to win things.”
Tottenham’s young players have really caught the eye this season. The likes of Harry Kane, Nabil Bentaleb and Danny Rose have been superb, but plenty of the club's young talents have had to battle their way up via several loan deals.
Oduwa, who scored 10 goals in 24 games in the under-18 Premier League last season, will be hoping his chance at Kenilworth Road can help him start laying the path to the Tottenham first-team.