"It's something we can definitely learn from," Davis told BBC Radio Bristol.
"Our dream is over for this season so our aim now is to qualify next year because at a club like Bath anything less is unacceptable."
He added: "The scoreline was a true reflection of the match and we've got to lick our wounds and look at the lessons that could have been learned."
HEINEKEN CUP POOL THREE
After losing out to
and twice going down to
Pro12 leaders Leinster,
Bath's only points in the competition have come from their victory over Montpellier.
And Davis believes his side's domestic commitments in the Premiership have take their toll on the European campaign.
"They [Leinster] are able to rest their key men and are able to target these Heineken Cup games," said Davis.
"Whereas with the Premiership you're in a week in, week out grind and then you've got to lift yourself for these games, you've got to come back to the Premiership which is attritional.
"They would have an advantage in terms of freshness.
"But looking at their game they are able to maintain their accuracy, speed and tempo for not only spells but for the whole 80 minutes. They put you under relentless pressure, and you don't have the chance to slip up."
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