Southampton have completed the signing of teenage Trinidadian midfielder Kenwyne Jones.
Lowe believes Saints have signed a good player in Jones
Saints will pay a nominal fee to Jones' club W Connection after he impressed on a week's trial at St Mary's.
The 19-year-old was also wanted by Rangers, Tottenham, West Ham and Greek club Panathinaikos.
Saints chairman Rupert Lowe told his club's website: "He did well on trial so we signed him quickly because a lot of other clubs wanted him."
Jones has passed a medical and will sign a pre-contract agreement that will allow him to join Saints as soon as the transfer window opens.
Although he only has two full international caps, new regulations concerning Commonwealth countries will enable Jones to get a two-year student visa.
This will enable him to work and Saints hope that by the end of the two-years, he will have played in the requisite 75% of internationals to enable him to get a full work permit.
Jones could follow Trinidadians Blackburn striker Dwight Yorke and Portsmouth keeper Shaka Hislop into the Premiership.
Saints chairman Lowe added: "He is a tremendous athlete and the coaching staff believe they can turn him into a very good footballer.
"We hope we have got ourselves a very good player. He is certainly not short on confidence!"