England U20 boss Aidy Boothroyd was impressed with how Odubajo conducted himself on his international debut and revealed the right sided player could be in Gareth Southgate’s squad for the European U21 championships.
The 21-year-old played the full 90 minutes against Mexico in his first international appearance but didn't take a penalty as the Three Lions won 4-2 on spot-kicks.
And Boothroyd revealed Southgate has got the Bees ace in his thoughts for the Euros in the Czech Republic this summer.
The former Watford boss said: “I thought he was excellent. The idea to bring him in was to get a good look at him as a person and a player to see, when it comes to the European Championships, Gareth may need a right back or wide player.
“I think being a wing back suits him as he’s offensive minded. He spends more time as a right winger even as a right back. He can play in both positions.”
Odubajo was flattered to hear those words but is looking to keep his feet on the ground.
He added: “The sky is the limit at the moment. I’ve just got to keep playing my football and keep going.”
Were Odubajo, who is the first Brentford contracted player to represent his country in 20 years after Nicky Forster in 1995, to be selected he could be one of three players to have ended the season with the Bees to make the trip along with Tottenham and Leicester loanees Alex Pritchard and Liam Moore.