The Black and Whites suffered an 18-12 defeat at the hands of the Wigan Warriors at the KCOM Stadium.
“No dramas with the result whatsoever. This time of the year they have got be finished and if you don’t you get a big mouthful of what defeat tastes like,” Radford told Sky Sports.
“Those errors at the back end of the game in those last five minutes handed Wigan a game of rugby on a plate.
“Credit to them and if it does cost us in the long run there will be no hard feelings from myself because we didn’t deserve that.
“Terrible skill, plenty of chances, didn’t finish them, didn’t put them away and ultimately that’s what happens.”
The Black and Whites still have a slender chance of finishing top at the end of the Super 8s but Radford was more worried about the performance against the Warriors on the night.
“That might happen, it might not but we have got to fix what I just spoke about before we play Wigan, Wakefield anybody.”