The Canaries are on a nine-match unbeaten run, winning five of those matches, and have not lost in the Barclays Premier League since they were thrashed 4-1 at Chelsea on October 6.
Hughton named the same 10 outfield players during a period where they played three games in eight days and he is likely to make minimal changes for the trip to Swansea this weekend.
"I know we may look at some games and think we need to go a certain way or a certain player might fit the bill for a certain game," he said. "But generally, if things are going okay and you are picking up results, it's easier to focus your mind on the team for the next game."
With a settled starting XI in place Hughton is also aware that those players who are not currently featuring on a regular basis may become a little disheartened.
"It is hard to keep them happy but that's how you want it," he said. "You don't want players happy to not be playing. It is of course frustrating when you are not playing but, also, footballers see the game and know the game and the fact we haven't made too many changes of late is a consequence of the form and the results."
A double from captain Grant Holt helped the Canaries to secure a 3-2 win at Swansea last season as Norwich picked up a league-double.
Holt handed in a transfer request at the end of the campaign but settled his differences with the board and penned a new deal.
The 31-year-old hit 17 goals last season and, although he has only managed three so far this campaign, Hughton has been delighted with his all-round contribution.
"I'm not concerned our goals have come from midfield and defence. Grant has been asked to play a different way and has worked very hard," he said. "Grant is someone who is always looking to score of course but if he has to sacrifice that sometimes for the good of the team he will."
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