Warriors will now qualify as the top seed in Pool A for the play-offs - with home play-off dates set to be announced by the club in the coming days.
However, with a televised away trip to Nottingham Rugby this Sunday, home clash with high flying London Welsh and local derby with Birmingham & Solihull still to come the Sixways chief has no plans to stop the winning habit.
"We have a couple of very big games coming up," said Hill. "We are probably going to face Nottingham and London Welsh in the final play off stages so we need to make a point against both of them.
"Nottingham ran us close at Sixways and scored four tries earlier in the season. We want to put that right.
"London Welsh are one of our near rivals so these next two games we will go strong and put our best teams out.
"After that we have got Birmingham the last game of the season and we could well pull back a few of our key players and give them a rest before the play-offs."