Our Hungarian Under-21 international has now played twice for Chesterfield in League One after joining the Spireites on a month's loan.
And he's won the praise of manager Roy McFarland after his performances against Huddersfield, a 2-1 win on his debut last week and Brentford, a 2-2 draw on Saturday.
"I've found the whole experience very good," said Marton. "My first game was against Huddersfield and I had one day to prepare for it. I was told on Thursday and it was a great surprise for me.
"I was happy to go out on loan because I needed to play at a higher level and I think it will be a good experience for me.
"I think I needed the challenge. I need to know my standards in English football. I hope I do well and maybe go out on loan again next season, then come back and challenge for the jersey."
Marton has quickly adapted to a new game. "It's very physical, the players are very strong in that division and there are a lot of crosses, lots of throws into the box and you have to be tough.
"Hans Segers told me exactly what to expect before a I went and I remember him telling me 'you will be real man when you come back'."
Marton Fulop is relishing the challenge of league football - with words of wisdom from Hans Segers still ringing in his ears.