The 31-year-old has been at Rugby Park since he started out, but, along with many of his team-mates, is out of contract at the end of the season.
Kenny Shiels, the Kilmarnock manager, is in the same situation, and Fowler believes that must be resolved before next season's squad can start to take shape.
"You are still playing for your future and trying to impress the manager and, depending on what happens here, maybe other people as well," he said. "I have spoken to them [the club], we have had a couple of busy weeks with the big games, and we have had a few days off as well. Hopefully we can sit down when the gaffer has sorted his deal out as well, because he is out of contract. Hopefully he can get himself sorted and then maybe look to the players as well.
"I've enjoyed this season and working under the manager. It sometimes just comes down to what the club can offer you. I'm enjoying it and feeling good so hopefully we can get something agreed.
"The style of play is enjoyable and the fans enjoy it too, instead of just turning up and hoping to win. We're trying to do it in style. Sometimes we have done, other times we have been disappointing. If we can maintain the style but maybe pick up the consistency next season, then we will have an even better season.
"We are maybe too open and too nice a football team at times against teams who are at the bottom and fighting for their lives. So we maybe need to toughen up and make sure we are not too expansive early on in games."
Kilmarnock face Hibernian tomorrow, with Pat Fenlon, the Hibs manager, keen to ensure his team focus on the league and not the all-Edinburgh Scottish Cup final. He has even claimed not to understand the excitement around the first Hibs v Hearts final since the 19th century.
"I don't get a lot of the hurrah about it to be honest with you. We've won four matches to get to a final, but Sunday is a bigger game for me. Sunday and the week after [at St Mirren] are bigger games, because we can secure what we need, to make sure the club takes its place in the SPL next year. Anything after that is a major plus, but we will go about to do what we've been brought here to do, which is to stay in the league. We've got a big job to do that. We've made a bit of progress but we need to continue that."
Lewis Stevenson, Hibs' longest-serving player, only discovered on Thursday that he had triggered a clause in his contract that guaranteed the offer of a one-year extension once he had played a specific number of games.
"It didn't take me long to decide to sign. I have been here through my whole career and I've enjoyed it.
"I didn't realise I had played the amount of games I needed to trigger the clause but the gaffer told me on Thursday night, so I'm pretty chuffed."