The Hungarian Under-21 international made his first appearance for the club in our friendly against Trollhattan in Sweden on Saturday and will share duties with Rob Burch in our Spurs XI fixture against Chesham United tonight.
"Everything is going as I'd hoped," said Marton. "The staff and the guys are really nice and I've enjoyed training every day.
"I've learned new things that Hans has showed me and I'm on my way to getting used to things.
"The work is as hard in pre-season. We had three sessions a day sometimes in Sweden and that was hard, I'm not used to that in Hungary.
"I've tried to get to know everyone and everyone has been great at that's made it easier to settle in."
Marton knows he's up against it to feature next season. "We have a great squad of goalkeepers," he admitted. "I always admired the Premier League when I was a small child and I always admired goalkeepers in the league.
"It is a very big challenge but I am patient and I know if I work very hard and I can go forward.
"That work started in Sweden and it's been a tough pre-season. I don't mind the running, goalkeepers should run a little, but I much prefer the work with Hans!"
Marton Fulop says he's already learning new things under the guidance of coach Hans Segers and our senior goalkeepers.