QPR have lacked stability in recent times, with the club either being involved in promotion battles or relegation fights.
However, this time around, the R’s look destined to finish in mid-table - with their season coming to a relaxing end.
Even manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has suggested that the rest of the campaign will be utilised to lay the foundations to ensure that they are more successful next term.
And Hill believes that QPR may benefit, in the long run, from having a break from all the drama.
“It has been quite boring hasn’t it I suppose?” he said.
“I think we needed it to be honest with you.
“We all needed that little bit of solidity and stabilisation because the last five or six years have been a rollercoaster of emotion for everyone involved.”
It is still unknown whether Hill will be involved at QPR next season, even though the 37-year-old has expressed his desire to stay on at Loftus Road.
Hill’s contract comes to an end at the end of the term, and the London side have not offered him new deal yet.
“I can definitely do a job and fill holes when there are injuries and suspensions,” he insisted. “So I will have to see what options are available in the summer.”
Hill has made 13 appearances for the R’s in all competitions this season.