Let H be a Hopf algebra, A/B be an H-Galois extension. Let D(A) and D(B) be the derived categories of right A-modules and of right B-modules, respectively. An object M⋅ ∈ D(A) may be regarded as an object in D(B) via the restriction functor. We discuss the relations of the derived endomorphism rings EA(M⋅) = ⊕i∈ℤHomD(A)(M⋅, M⋅[i]) and EB(M⋅) = ⊕i∈ℤHomD(B)(M⋅, M⋅[i]). If H is a finite-dimensional semi-simple Hopf algebra, then EA(M⋅) is a graded sub-algebra of EB(M⋅). In particular, if M is a usual A-module, a necessary and sufficient condition for EB(M) to be an H*-Galois graded extension of EA(M) is obtained. As an application of the results, we show that the Koszul property is preserved under Hopf Galois graded extensions.