Although the Black and Whites have been somewhat inconsitent this season, Hill is preparing to face Lee Radford‘s men at their very best.
“It’s a really tough place to go to,” he said.
“They’re inconsistent at the minute. They’re either really good or really bad.
“We have to prepare for them to be really good. When they are really good, their players like Joe Westerman really click.
“We have to prepare for them to be at their best.”
Hill, who secured his future with the Wolves by inking a new five-and-a-half year deal this week, thinks that current halfbacks such Jordan Abdull will be focusing on the game rather than their futures.
“It’s a tough one that. If it was me personally, I’d play at my best, and hope Hull would keep me on, and that I’d hit a bit of form,” the prop added.
“I think they’re going to have to put that to the back of their heads and concentrate on their own job.
“But we’re not bothering with what Hull are doing. We’re concentrating on our job.”
As for Hul’s tough middle unit, featuring players like Iafeta Paleaaesina, Hill is relishing the prospect of a hard battle.
“You love it every week, that’s just the battle in the middle, some weeks it’s easier than others. That’s the beauty of the game,” he added.
“Going up to Hull will be a tough middle battle, definitely.”