The Canaries, who are currently four points above the relegation zone, have lost five of their six games on the road this season.
However, Hughton is now eager to see his players put an end to their away-day woes at Anfield tomorrow night.
"We want to make amends because, apart from a very good performance at Stoke, we have been disappointing away from home," Sky Sports News quotes him as saying.
"This is a game which arguably they do not come much tougher than, but it is another challenge for us.
"Our away from needs to improve, and there is no better opportunity than the next opportunity."
Norwich have failed to beat Liverpool in their last eight games against the Merseysiders.