Hill’s contract at QPR is set to expire at the end of the season, and his future at Loftus Road is firmly up in the air at the moment.
Although the defender has shown his worth on occasions this season, he has dropped out of the London side’s starting line-up.
Hill has generally been a back-up option, and with Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink aiming to create a more youthful squad at Rangers he could be deemed surplus to requirements.
Another option, which Hill himself is believed to favour, is a contract which would see him combine being a player with being a coach.
And the 37-year-old is confident that he could perform a function if Rangers do decide to offer him fresh terms.
“I haven’t done anything this season to the detriment of my body in any way which would affect next season, so I’m confident I can do a job,” Hill explained.
“I think 46 games may be a little out of my reach at that age, but can definitely do a job and fill holes when there are injuries and suspensions. So I will have to see what options are available in the summer.”
Hill has made 11 appearances for Rangers this season, with the likes of Grant Hall and Gabriele Angella both seemingly ahead of him in the pecking order.