“I want to bring my experience to the club and it suits us both so it can only be a win win situation for us all and I look forward to getting going playing for Holywell Town."”
Manager John Haseldin persuaded the Cardiff born midfielder, who has Football League experience, to sign for the Wellmen for the rest of the season.
Fowler has been capped 12 times for Wales at U21 level, and was included in the senior side for a friendly against Argentina back in 2002 but was an unused substitute.
He first made a name for himself playing league football for Coventry City, before going on to play in the Football League at Huddersfield Town, Burton Albion, Fleetwood Town, Doncaster Rovers and latterly Crawley Town.
He then went on to play Non-League Football, plying his trade with clubs such as Forest Green Rovers, Newport County (before they returned to the Football League), Kettering Town, Kidderminster Harriers, Nuneaton and two spells at Wrexham.
After signing for the club, Fowler said, "I'm good mates with the gaffer and we always keep in touch. If I can help the club out in any way from now until the end of the season, I will do.
My fitness is a lot better and I'm lighter than the back end of last season, I want to bring my experience to the club and it suits us both so it can only be a win win situation for us all and I look forward to getting going playing for Holywell Town."
Manager John Haseldin was delighted to have signed Lee Fowler, he added "I'm delighted that Lee has signed for the club, I've known him for a few years now and tried to get him a few times over the years.
He's obviously a player with a wealth of professional and football league experience which makes him a great addition to our squad at this important stage of the season. With the postponements of late we will need a bit more strength in depth to the squad and he will certainly bring that along with a huge amount of quality with his ability to affect games and unlock defences which could be the difference in tight games. He is a clever footballer and will suit our style of play."
Fowler may have to wait for his debut as he and his wife are expecting their second child this week and would like to wish them both well on that front and on behalf of everyone connected with the Club, I would like to welcome Lee to Holywell Town Football Club.
Updated 20:59 - 15 Feb 2018 by Steve Roberts