"I've not played that much in ages," Nardiello told BBC Radio Manchester.
"There are five or six games this month and hopefully I can get to play all six games. I can get my fitness too."
Coventry-born former Wolves academy graduate Nardiello, who returns to the West Midlands on Saturday when Bury are due at Shrewsbury, added: "I'm really grateful they've given me the opportunity to play here.
Puddle dampens Nardiello's day
"They're obviously struggling with strikers being out injured at the moment so it's to my benefit, I suppose, that I can come here and get lots of football, get match fitness and hopefully score a lot of goals."
Shakers top scorer Ryan Lowe missed Saturday's game after picking up a knee injury in the 3-2 Johnstone's Paint Trophy defeat at Accrington four days earlier.
And last season's 17-goal top scorer Andy Bishop has missed most of the season so far after undergoing surgery for a second time.