Hill was there cheering when his junior football club Armadale played a grand final on September 12.
The Hill family has a strong connection to the club, with some of Hill�s cousins still playing there, including former Eagle Ashley Sampi.
Although 26-year-old Hill does not consider himself a �big deal�, he does see himself as a role model to younger kids.
�I get back there (Armadale Football Club) and see kids walking around and some kids say hello and I am happy to answer any questions,� he said.
�Anything is possible if you put your mind to it no matter where you come from.
�It�s up to whether you take your chances or not.�
Hill has had a strong season playing for West Coast Eagles up forward, booting 38 goals in 20 games which also earned him a one-year contract extension until the end of next year.
�I was happy to get an opportunity to play at the start of the season after missing a few games,� Hill said.
�The coaches have been very patient with me to play my game as a forward and wingman.�
Armadale Football Club football manger Lee Cover said Josh Hill regularly came back to watch the club.
�Just because of how well he�s done, and at the end of the day, he�s still a boy from Armadale,� he said.