• Hawthorn star Bradley Hill will wait to make a decision on his future. (AAP)Source: AAP
Bradley Hill won't let talk of a homecoming distract from a fourth straight premiership quest with Hawthorn.
Adam Santarossa

28 Jul 2016 - 12:30 PM  UPDATED 28 Jul 2016 - 12:37 PM

Hawthorn star Bradley Hill will decide on his future at the end of the current AFL season.

Hill has been linked with a return home to Western Australia, with Fremantle reported to have the Hawk in their sights.

But the wingman will focus on winning a fourth straight premiership with Hawthorn before making a decision on his career, with Hill saying contract talks are not front of his mind at the moment.  

"I haven't made any decisions on what I'm going to do.

"I'm still just focusing on playing for Hawthorn, keep playing the best I can to help out the team. Whatever goes on after that we'll work out after the season's done,” Hill told Nine News.

Fremantle’s interest in the Western Australian product became public in recent days, but Hill said he and his Hawthorn teammates have discussed the issue in depth, ensuring it didn’t complicate relations in club land.

"Clarko brought me in with the leaders, they spoke to me and they were very good about the way they said it to me, made me feel a bit more comfortable.

"They're a great club and they helped me a lot. They've done a lot for me over the time, (now I want to) repay them with playing some good footy," said Hill.

Hill’s brother Stephen currently plays with the Dockers and a homecoming is a real possibility.

The Dockers are in need of an urgent rebuild and attracting a star like the 23-year-old Hawk can expedite the process.

Hawthorn currently sits atop the AFL ladder, holding an eight point lead over the Greater Western Sydney Giants.

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