The Canaries have conceded 13 goals since they last found the back of the net in their 4-1 defeat by Arsenal at Emirates Stadium last month.
The Norfolk club entertain West Ham on Saturday having not won a match since the end of September.
Since then they have lost to 3-1 at home to Chelsea, 4-1 at Arsenal, 4-0 to Manchester United at Old Trafford in the Capital One Cup, and worst of all suffered a 7-0 trouncing at the hands of Manchester City last weekend.
In the middle of that run there was a goalless draw at Carrow Road against Cardiff two weeks ago.
But Hughton is not too downhearted: "We are on the back of a negative at the moment because of our recent result at Man City.
"But just a few games before that there had been some good performances against some of the top teams and we had shown some good form.
"There are positives and there are negatives and it's up to us now to get the right reaction following the game at City and the good thing about this game is that you usually get another opportunity and for us that is a home game against West Ham."
Norwich's poor run of results have seen them slip into the relegation zone of the Premier League following just two wins from their opening 10 games.