The Uruguayan has struck no fewer than 11 goals against the Canaries in recent meetings, including four in the 5-1 demolition at Anfield earlier this season.
However, Johnson believes that the Reds have an abundance of quality and says that it would be a mistake to concentrate on combating the prolific 26-year-old.
He told reporters: "We cannot concentrate on just Luis Suarez, because if he has an off day then there are plenty more players in that team who are capable of winning games.
"We just have to work as a team, stick together and try to pull off a result."
Tomorrow's kickoff is scheduled for 12pm.