Hill's men have yet to find the net in two Championship matches this season but the boss believes that performances like the one against the Saints will soon become a thing of the past.
"[The Southampton game] wasn't a performance that reflected me or what I expect from the players. The players know full well what I expect from them," Hill told the club's official website.
"I'm not looking for one individual to be successful this season - in the same way that Jason Shackell was successful in manufacturing his move to Derby County - I'm looking for everybody to be successful so that we have big clubs trying to pinch our players as a result of us all being successful.
"As soon as it starts clicking into place in league football then it will be a lot easier."