The two wins did however cement Wales' place in next year's World Cup, and Davies believes there are plenty of positives to take from the campaign.
"We've come on a lot from last season so there's a lot to take so hopefully we can take it on and build for next year's Six Nations and for the World Cup," she said.
"We've got to move on and be positive, we did think that we had just sneaked the match against England.
"Our scrummage has improved a lot, last year we were put down as having the worst scrum out of all the Six Nations but I think we've gone from strength to strength and we must now be one of the best.
"We have qualified for the World Cup now and next year we'll aim higher again.
"We wanted two wins and we got that and came very close against Ireland and England and we hopefully we can be celebrating wins not thinking about coming very close."