"You always look forward to playing one of the big four teams in the league and Anfield is one of the best places to play football," Davies told the club's official website.
"I've always enjoyed going to Anfield and they're always great games of football to be involved in.
"It's going to be a tough test but we've had back-to-back wins so we'll go and give it a really good go. The atmosphere is a bit different from anywhere else and the boys can go there and enjoy it now.
"A lot of teams have been close to getting something this year at Anfield so we'll give it our best shot. The beauty is that we've had a couple of wins so we're not desperate so if we can earn a point or nick a win then it'll be all the better for us."