Tozser has played nine times since signing for the R’s on a free transfer during the summer transfer window.
However, the Hungary international has been disappointed by his own form, and he is determined to get back to his best as soon as possible.
"On the pitch, I have to improve," he said to Sky Sports. "If someone says they have done well up until now, they're lying because we're not winning enough at the moment. But I'm working on it.
"To be honest, it wasn't the easiest period of my life because of the changes. I only signed for QPR just before the deadline. Then I had the qualification games for the Euros.
"I didn't really have any preparation time. I had to play and I wasn't in good condition so it was difficult. But I'm over it now. I feel better in myself after every game but still I have to improve and the team have to improve.”
Tozser has only been on the winning side twice in his first nine appearances for QPR, and those results rather sum up his side’s poor start to the campaign.
QPR have fallen short of expectations so far this season, and there are concerns over which direction their season is heading in.
The R’s have already sacked Chris Ramsey as their manager, and they are languishing in 13th place in the Championship.
That leaves them eight points away from the play-offs, with their next match coming against high-flying Middlesbrough on Saturday.