"It is hugely disappointing as instead of competing for a top four place we have now got a battle for European qualification on our hands," said Davies.
"It was always going to be a big best for this team, not just coming up against a side of Munster's quality but also a side of Munster's winning mentality.
"We have the quality and we can perform but we have to couple that with winning and that is something we are not going.
"We could have taken control of the game but we just were not good enough.
"We have got to learn how to win, we are always competitive and outperform sides but it is about winning."