Aaron Lennon
Lennon was one among four players, who were sent out on loan by manager Mauricio Pochettino on transfer deadline day. Getty

Tottenham were one of the busiest clubs on the final day of the January transfer window, with various players leaving and joining the club.

It was more outgoings than incomings at White Hart Lane on transfer deadline day with as many as four players leaving the club on a temporary basis, with one player joining the club on a permanent deal.

Aaron Lennon, Nathan Oduwa, Emmanuel Sonupe and Jordan Archer all have left the club on loan to Everton, Luton Town, St Mirren and Milwall till the end of the current season respectively. Dele Alli has joined Spurs on a five-and-a-half year contract from MK Dons, but will spend the rest of the season on loan with his former club.

Lennon has struggled to get regular game time under manager Mauricio Pochettino with the manager preferring Andros Townsend and Erik Lamela in the right-wing position. The English winger will hope to get more game time under Roberto Martinez at Goodison Park.

Oduwa, who can play either as a striker or a left winger, is a regular for the Spurs U21 side and has featured 14 times this season, scoring two goals.

Luton Town manager John Still is delighted to have landed the young forward and believes he is the kind of player that gets 'supporters off their seats'.

"Nathan is very highly thought of at Tottenham and we're thrilled to have him," Still said, as quoted by the BBC.

"Nathan is strong, powerful, skilful and has pace to burn. He's a player who gets supporters off their seats," the Luton boss added.

Sonupe, on the other hand, is an attacking midfielder, who was reportedly signed by St Mirren to compensate for the loss of Kenny McLean to Aberdeen.

Archer is a goalkeeper who has only recently returned from a loan spell with Northampton Town, where he made 16 appearances. He has also spent time with Wycombe Wanderers last season, where he made 29 appearances.

The goalkeeper, who is out of contract in the summer, will hope to impress new manager Pochettino during his time at Milwall until the end of the season.