The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE TWO - By Tim Row­son

DANIEL Nardiello in­sists that strugling Bury are on the brink of some­thing spe­cial af­ter sign­ing an 18-month deal with the Shak­ers.

Nardiello, 31, had been on loan at Gigg Lane since Novem­ber but for­mer club Rother­ham can­celled his con­tract, al­low­ing the striker to sign for the League Two side per­ma­nently.

“This is good for me and good for the club,” he said.“It gives me that added se­cu­rity. But it’s not just that, it’s be­ing a part of some­thing spe­cial that is hap­pen­ing at this club.

“There are a num­ber of things here that ex­cite me start­ing with the chair­man Stewart Day. He’s ob­vi­ously in­vest­ing in the club, he’s al­ready put a lot of work into the club and he has an aim of where he wants this club to be. And thank­fully for me, he wants me to be a part of that.

“Se­condly there is the man­ager David Fl­itcroft. I’ve only worked with him for a short while but he is one of the best man­agers I have worked with.

“He goes about things the right way and he wants to play foot­ball the right way. He’s very in­fec­tious on all the play­ers, not just me.

“This club looks like it’s go­ing places and I’m thrilled to be here and to be a part of it.”

EX­CITED: Daniel Nardiello

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