Naylor was on the bench last week and could make his debut in tomorrows game with Port Vale.
And the 34 year-old has no problems dropping down to play his football after leaving neighbours Doncaster.
He told the Advertiser: "I've played on a lot of league grounds and now I'm going to notch up a few more in the lower leagues. I've no problem with that. I enjoy playing football and I enjoy getting stuck in, so it will suit me.
"Saturday was my first sighting of League Two really; I've never watched much. It's up and at 'em and we need to keep the ball better but there's some good players here; I've seen that in training and we've just got to take it onto the pitch.
"What I bring is experience. I've been around a long time and hopefully I can pass that on to the rest of the lads and communicate and try to get us in a good shape."
He added: "We didn't concede too many chances on Saturday, which is a good thing, and hopefully me just being around the place will help the lads and I can bring some leadership and help us win a few games.
"There are 20 games to go and we are only four points off the play-offs so there is everything to look forward to rather than being too negative about Saturday's result."