Stringer had a similar loan spell with Saracens last season when he added four Heineken Cup appearances for the London club to the 90 he made for Munster.
"I still have that ambition and drive to play at the highest level," said 92-times capped Stringer after his two tries helped Bath beat Exeter Chiefs in their Anglo-Welsh Cup match.
"That's one of the reasons I was looking to come on loan somewhere and thankfully Bath came up with that opportunity and that's all I want to do - play and compete.
"I'm here for a couple of months. That's the loan agreement. If Munster need me, if there's an injury they can call me back."
Meanwhile coach Toby Booth insists Bath - who play Stade Francais Paris in the quarter-finals at the Recreation Ground on 6 April - will develop a more "attractive" style to entertain spectators at the Rec.
"We are trying to establish a Bath style," said Booth. "The challenge is to turn narrow losses into wins and beyond. We're trying to establish a way of playing that means we can adapt to any situation.
"We'll cut out cloth accordingly, but we want to bring back a style attractive to spectators."