Hall joined QPR on a permanent transfer from Spurs in the summer transfer window, and he has started to break into the starting line-up for the R's over recent matches.
The youngster is now hoping to keep his place, and has told Ramsey that he will improve with the more opportunities he is given.
"I’d like to get a run, and with games I’m only going to get better," he said.
“It takes time to forge a partnership, and that Bolton games was the first me and Gaby [Angella] were together.
“I think I’ve done well so far, but I hadn’t played with Gaby until last time.”
It took a while for Ramsey to trust Hall with a regular first-team role, but the 23-year-old has largely impressed during his time on the field.
Although QPR have struggled defensively this campaign, Hall has still managed to show his potential, and it seems that he could have an important role to play over the remainder of the season.
It means that the pressure is on the side, and they will need to get a positive result against Birmingham City this weekend to ensure that they start moving up the Championship table.