Hill questioned some fans’ decision to boo their players off the field as their struggles failed to subside on Saturday.
A 2-0 home loss to a Barrow side who had previously failed to win away from home drew a response from a section of the Silverlake crowd.
Hill didn’t understand why - and says it’s time to pull together with Eastleigh now only three places outside the bottom four.
“There’s a dark cloud hanging over the club at the moment and we need to find a way to shift it,” said the manager.
“I don’t know what it is but we need to come up with some answers quickly. We need to find something from somewhere to get us out of the moment we find ourselves at.
“This was a game on paper that you think we should have taken something from. The players just need to find that bit of confidence.
“We have a game now on Tuesday against Maidenhead. Fortunately it’s at home. Actually I’m not too sure how fortunate that is at the minute.
“I’m now sure how productive it is for the fans to be booing at the end of them. Sure, they pay their money but if they think doing that after a game of football is productive, then fine.
“We will just continue to work hard and hopefully on Tuesday night things will start to change.”