The R’s made a number of changes to their squad during the summer transfer window, and they have struggled to meet expectations this season.
QPR are currently in 13th place in the Championship table, but Tozser feels that patience is needed at Loftus Road.
"QPR is in a time where they are trying to change a lot of things in order to stabilise the club a little bit,” he said. “We have a lot of new players and I am one of them, of course. It's difficult but the supporters have to accept this.
"They want to see QPR in the Premier League but it will take some time to change things before we reach the target. It's not easy but we are working hard.
"The situation with the new gaffer isn't clear at the moment but the lads are together and the group is very good even in the circumstances. There's no question, we have the possibility of going up automatically if you look at the players individually. But football is not an individual sport. We need much more than that. We need a lot of good ingredients to come together."
Tozser was one of a number of QPR’s additions in the summer, but he hasn’t settled in too quickly.
The Hungarian international has played nine times, but he has failed to establish his place in QPR’s line-up.
Tozser has admitted, to Sky Sports, that he has been short of his best form, and he will be keen to improve in the future.
QPR’s next fixture comes against Middlesbrough, where they will be looking to cause an upset to start making up the ground on the play-off chasing pack.