Jesus, throughout the Gospels, claimed to be the Son of God. When He spoke of His relation to God He said "My Father" (Matthew 25:34 and 26:29; Luke 2:49 and 24:49; John 20:17.) When He spoke of the disciples' relation to God, He said "Your Father". Even when teaching the "Our Father", He told the disciples how they were to pray to the Father (Matthew 6:9).
Lk 10:22 He claimed equality with God. "All things are given to me by my father; no one knows the Son except the Father, and no one knows the Father except the Son and those to whom He chooses to reveal Him."