Gordon Strachan's side are already unable to qualify from their group, but Hutton is eager to show that they have improved under their new manager.
"I think there's a lot of excitement there," Sky Sports News quotes Hutton as saying. "We've been working very hard all week. We didn't have the best game against them last time, so I think we want to put that right this time.
"I think the last two performances have been really up there. The new manager's come in, we've worked very hard and it seems to have paid off - the last two games.
"So I think there's a lot of positives we can take going into the home game against Belgium."
The game kicks off on Friday night at 8pm.