Nicky joined the Shakers last week on a month’s loan, coming on as a late substitute in the 2-0 win over Cheltenham Town.
The budding striker impressed manager Alan Knill when he put away a hat-trick in United’s reserve game against Bolton Wanderers recently, and now has six games to make the impression to stay at Gigg Lane and further his career.
Nicky used to live in Bury and watched the club regularly as a kid, and the move from Stretford to Bury was easy for the local lad.
He said: “It's a lot easier to settle in when you know the town and the club to prove myself and I hope to score some goals that will help the team up the table.”
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