The 24-year-old, who was included in the RLIF’s International Team of the Year last month, notched up his 150th career try and levelled a record set for tries scored in an England match.
“I’m privileged to be able to score and play in some quality tries,” he said.
“A lot of credit should go to the big guys in the middle because they always bring a lot.
“I get to score some tries as part of my role but a lot of the time that’s easy as I’m finishing off the work of others.”
Hall also believes that England will be in a good position for next year’s World Cup, thanks to their experiences as a team.
“We are really strong,” he added. “All the time we can spend on the field is beneficial to us and can only be beneficial to us going forward into next year.
“Hopefully this time next year we will be standing on a similar stage.”
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