The Potters, who are currently in 11th place in the table, have won just one game on the road this term.
However, Cameron is confident that Mark Hughes's side can climb the standings before the end of the campaign if they pick up more points on their travels.
"We know we have been disappointing away," he told the Stoke Sentinel. "We have had some good performances, but not been able to put the ball in the back of the net for the three points.
"It's just one of those things. We need to get a lucky bounce go our way and take advantage of those opportunities in front of you and not dwell on the past.
"We have the ability to get into the top 10 and, who knows, we might yet be able to get ninth or eighth."
Stoke's Premier League campaign continues on Sunday when they make the trip to Aston Villa.