The Tykes travel to Millwall this afternoon hoping to turn the home fans against their side in a similar fashion to last week’s stunning 2-1 win at beaten play-off finalists Reading.
Hill said: “It is relentless with the opposition we are facing. Everything is stacked against us but we don’t mind that.
“It is great to be able to go to the likes of Reading and get the home fans not too happy with the state of play and the scoreline.
“The more pressure we can put on the home side, the better for us.”
Hill is expected to include new loan signings Danny Drinkwater and Cameron Park in today’s squad.
Meanwhile, Leicester City fans are threatening to boycott their side’s visit to Oakwell next month due to ticket prices having been raised from £23 to £30.
The change is down to Barnsley rating the big-spending Foxes fixture as Category A rather than Category B as it was last season.