Hudson-Odoi featured six times for the Spitfires over the course of his loan spell, signing in late November.
Manager Andy Hessenthaler told the club`s official website: “It’s been decided that Bradley will go back to Sutton – but he’s been excellent for us.
“He’s a great character, and the games he played for us he was really good. I’d like to thank him for the time he’s been at the football club.”
Meanwhile, the club have announced an addition to the squad as Welsh midfielder Ryan Broom (pictured) joins the club on loan from SkyBet League One side Bristol Rovers.
The 21-year-old, who graduated from Rovers’ academy system in 2015, will go straight into the squad ahead of this weekend’s clash away at Maidstone.
Hessenthaler was positive about Broom’s arrival: “We’re very fortunate – he was flagged up a couple of weeks ago.
“Bristol Rovers’ manager Darrell Clarke mentioned that he was available – it’s another body to the squad which is great.
“He’s got League experience, and I’m looking forward to working with him.”
Broom was delighted to put pen-to-paper ahead of the weekend: “I’m excited to get going really – I had my first session with the boys today.
“They’re a great bunch, a lively lot – and I can’t wait to get going. I’m looking forward to my first game, and I’m hoping to put in a good performance”.