The Russian racer had a difficult first half to the 2017 campaign, scoring just four points compared to his team-mate Carlos Sainz’s 35.
In fact he has racked up more penalty points than points and sits on ten, just two away from a race ban.
Kvyat, though, is confident his season can come right, he just needs a trouble-free weekend.
“No changes are necessary as the only thing we really need is a clean weekend, without any issues,” he said.
“If all the pieces of the puzzle are in place, it’s quite simple in fact.
“I’d put it like that: it’s much easier than it may seem to someone, who’s not involved.
“Everything works well, so yeah, no need for significant changes.
“Our pace is good, and results would be good as well.”
He added: “Talking about my side of the garage, I believe we show some good pace in qualifying.
“Especially during the weekends, when we managed to get the car into the optimal performance window.
“Setting up the car is a real challenge this year because of the very sensitive aero, which is now a major component.
“That is something we fail to do properly on some occasions, and it may lead to dramatic consequences.
“But in general, whenever we have a clean session, the pace is high on both Saturdays and Sundays.
“And this is something that makes us feel optimistic.
“Again, we just need to try and have a clean weekend, and the rest will be there.”
Summing up his season to date, the Russia racer believes there have been encouraging signs, adding that the results will come.