The ex-Athletic Bilbao midfielder reveals that he is happy to be playing for his new club and that he wants to thank his team-mates for helping him to settle in Germany
The Spain international scored his first goal for the club on Saturday with an acrobatic over-head kick in Bayern's 5-0 victory over Hannover, and the ex-Athletic Bilbao midfielder says he has much more to offer.
"My colleagues have really helped me a lot," he told Kicker.
"I feel at home in Bavaria and I will keep getting better. The plan is to do it slowly, proceed step by step. Last year was very hard for me. The goal on Saturday proves I am on my way."
Following comments from Bayern boss Jupp Heynckes that Martinez was affected by the number of games he played last season for Bilbao, the 24-year old admitted it had impacted on his displays for his new side.
"The coach is right, last season I finished in Bilbao [having played] over 60 games in all competitions," he said.
"After such a tough season you actually need a longer break than normal, but because of the two major tournaments I did not get the time off that I needed, and wanted, before my start over here at Bayern."