Vanarama National League North club Tamworth have secured the loan signing of experienced midfielder Lee Fowler from National League outfit Wrexham until January.
However, the Lambs have to await international clearance for the deal which could delay his debut for the Lambs.
Fowler is a former Wales under-21 international who started his career with Coventry City. He then joined Huddersfield Town following a successful loan spell and helped them gain promotion via the play-offs.
After a spell on loan with Scarborough, he linked up with Burton Albion on a permanent basis and appeared 23 times in 2006/07.
His next port of call was Newport County before spells at Forest Green Rovers, Kettering Town, Oxford United, Cirencester Town, Halesowen Town, Wrexham (first spell), Fleetwood Town, Doncaster Rovers, Kidderminster Harriers, The New Saints, Cefn Druids, Nuneaton Town and Crawley Town, where he played in League One last term before returning to the Racecourse Ground this summer.
He is delighted to join up with brother, Mike, and former team-mate, Andy Morrell, at The Lamb and add his considerable experience and know-how to the engine room.