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The lock was handed a seven-week ban for a dangerous tackle on Donnacha Ryan during the opening game of Wales Grand Slam success against Ireland.
In his absence Ian Evans established himself as an international player and Alun Wyn Jones and Luke Charteris returned to give Warren Gatland plenty of second-row options ahead of the summer tour to Australia.
Davies had started the two previous games for Wales before his ban but after sitting out the rest of the tournament fears his international future is in the balance.
“I’ve probably cost myself my Welsh place for the foreseeable future because the others are playing well,” he said.
“Obviously Wales had success and the second rows have been playing awesome rugby.
“How can you not pick the players that have won the Grand Slam for you?
“It’s probably cost me my Welsh place and maybe my Welsh future, so it doesn’t really get any worse than that.”
Davies received only a yellow card for the incident in the 64th minute of the game but was later banned and insists he has work to do just to get back to where he was.
“It’s back to square one again, if you know what I mean. I still believe I am good enough to be there,” he added.
“It’s just I have got to prove that. I’ve got to try and pick myself back up and play some good rugby for the Blues.
“I will take it on the chin. It’s just something I’ve got to cope with and learn from.
“Obviously I am disappointed with the way things have turned out, but I’m just looking forward to the future.
“I have got to play well for the Blues and make sure Wales can’t not pick me by my performances.”