Redman was left in reflective mood after the fixture as he cast his eye back over a season that has ended with much change in recent weeks.
The Sixways coach conceded results had been cruel at times as several games had slipped away late on.
However, Redman acknowledged the 'league table doesn't lie' as Warriors finished in 11th spot and believes the club will need to continue to work hard to earn future success.
"Whatever the sport, anybody stood in my position will say the table doesn't lie," he said. "Over the season we haven't won enough games, it's that simple.
"We have played well enough at times and it has been cruel to us, but at the end of the day that is life. We have got to keep our chin up and there are good people at Warriors and it is important that they take their attitude forward.
"I'm not going to stand here and say we should have finished higher. We haven't won enough games and that is where we are.
"Yes, we have lost games in the last few minutes and lost games we perhaps should have won. Somebody told me at the start of the year that it would even itself out - I'll be honest, I haven't seen that.
"Where did it go wrong? I wouldn't say it went wrong, but I do think that change takes time and if you want to change a playing style it will take time.
"You need to change the attitude and philosophy of the players, their understanding of playing differently. You can't just turn up one day and go from sticking the ball up your jumper and the next day expect to play free flowing rugby.
"We have bought into it, all the players and coaching staff, and we have had some successes and our fair share of pain as well.
"Ultimately, the league table doesn't lie. There have been successes within the season, when you look at the amount of tries we have scored and the endeavour we've had. That has been a positive.
"But there has been a lot of pain. You have got to go through the pain if you want to succeed."
Redman also stated that the result at the Kassam would have no bearing on next season with new players set to arrive over the summer months.
And he believes new Director of Rugby Dean Ryan - who takes up his new role next week - will have the unwavering and full support of everyone at Sixways going forward.
"This result is completely aside to next season," he said. "We will be a different team, it will be a new season and we have got players leaving and new ones coming in. It will be a different scenario.
"We have some exciting players coming to Warriors. Yes, there is one or two that we are sad to lose and we wish them well, but I don't think you can take this result and put it forward to next season.
"Dean will come in with a different philosophy and it is still early, I have not worked with him before and it will be interesting to see what views are and how he feels the club can move forward. There are a lot of good people at the club who are ready to support him with that."