Norwich currently lie in 14th place, four points above the relegation zone with seven games remaining but have been sucked into trouble after scoring only five league goals this year.
Hughton, who took over as manager at Carrow Road last summer, believes the spirit in his squad ultimately will ensure safety.
Norwich take on League Cup winners Swansea at home on Saturday and asked whether each remaining game would be tantamount to a cup final, Hughton said: "I think so. It doesn't mean a bad result in any of those games is the end of the world. You have to go again, just as you can't sit on a good result, you have to get another after that.
"It will not be determined by one game but we have got ourselves into a position where it is in our own hands and the spirit is good."
Hughton, however, insists that Norwich's slide since the turn of the year has to be considered along with the fact that it is only the club's second season back in the Premier League.
"We have to accept where we are as a club," Hughton said.
"Look around us and teams that have got less points than us or fractionally more than us are clubs which have been in this division for more years than we have of late and have more experience and bigger budgets. We could take strength from that."