Despite having spent in excess of £100m over the summer, Andre Villas-Boas is believed to be ready to dip into the transfer market once again in January.
Odubajo has emerged as a top target for the Spurs coach, who has been impressed by the 20-year-old’s League One performances.
The wide-man has emerged as one of the top talents in the Football League, and is believed to be attracting interest from Premier League and Championship sides.
Manchester United and Arsenal are just two of the names to have been linked with the youngster, but AVB is ready to beat his rivals with an early offer.
Spurs are believed to be willing to spend around £1m for Odubajo’s signature, but The O’s are thought to value their star man at closer to the £3m mark.
However, they could lower their demands if the player himself pursues a move away from the club.
Odubajo is a product of Orient’s youth set-up, but has spent a sizable chunk of his time at the club away on loan.
He has enjoyed spells in the lower leagues with Sutton United, St Albans City and Bishop’s Stortford.
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