Benjamin and Garvey stall over deals
January 4, 2012
Miles Benjamin is Worcester's all-time leading try-scorer with 55 © Getty Images
The pair were offered new deals more than a month ago but have yet to decide whether they want to commit to the Premiership club. Worcester are currently third-bottom in the league, 10 points clear of Newcastle, and Hill admits the fight to avoid the drop could have a large bearing on whether Garvey and Benjamin sign new deals.
"It may well depend on the league postion towards the end of the season," he told the BBC. "If we start winning games and moving up the table then it might impact on one or both of them."
Garvey is Worcester's leading try scorer this season with six while Benjamin is the club's all-time top try scorer with 55.
© ESPN EMEA Ltd
Ask John answers questions on the Leopards' tour to Italy in 1974, brotherly Test sides, Pat McGrath, England's games against the Barbarians and Jacques Brunel
"We were only five metres away in the last Test of getting that try and with Jonny's inevitable conversion, we'd have won it." Tom Hamilton talks to Lions fullback Matt Perry
Toulon's Heineken Cup final victory over Clermont Auvergne may have ended a long title drought for the Top 14 club but two of their players are no strangers to success