The 28-year-old midfielder moved to Vicarage Road in January on a short-term loan agreement.
He has seen plenty of football in the Sky Bet Championship, something he was denied at his parent club Genoa.
Watford manager Beppe Sannino has also been lavish in his praise of Tozser, claiming he is 'the only player I wouldn't leave out of the starting line-up'.
Taking those comments into account, it perhaps comes as no surprise to find that discussions regarding a permanent stay have begun.
Tozser told NSO TV: "Of course it is nice to hear kind words.
"I haven't missed a single minute since I have been here, I feel good and I have the trust of the manager, so I think I signed to a good place where I can play for an ambitious club.
"Here everyone knows what his job is and I think we have a very good squad.
"I am here on loan until June 30, but the club have indicated that they have started to have talks with Genoa about staying on.
"But it's not that simple because the two clubs have to agree about me and also with me. I'd like to stay because the club's aim is to gain promotion to the Premier League."