The Tigers frustrated Brendan Rodgers's side with a solid performance at the back to earn their third clean sheet of the campaign, despite dealing with several injuries.
"We set up to be solid at Liverpool and when you go to places like that, that is what you have to do," Davies told the club's official website.
"We didn't create the chances at the other end like we did at Arsenal the previous week, but ultimately a point at Anfield is a good point.
"It was great to get a clean sheet because they haven't come along in bundles like they did last season. Any clean sheet is a good clean sheet."