Ford, who was on of former manager Martin Johnson's assistants, was heavily chastised by the players in the review of England's failings at the World Cup, with feedback that made its way into the media mocking some of his methods.
The former rugby league international was then overlooked for a role in England's new interim coaching team - with Stuart Lancaster set to be assisted by Andy Farrell and Graham Rowntree during the RBS Six Nations.
However Ford claims he will leave Twickenham on good terms
"I have no regrets and bear no hard feelings towards the RFU," the 46-year-old told the Daily Telegraph.
"I hope England go out and win the Six Nations. I have spoken to Stuart and Andy Farrell to offer up information I have on Scotland from the World Cup, if they would like to sit down and talk.
"They have said they will and I hope they do well."
On having seen his abilities called into question in the leaked report, he added: "I was disappointed they (the players) didn't feel they could come face to face with me and discuss the issues during the World Cup.
"That's what disappointed me the most.
"I felt we had an environment where people could do that. For a few days, I went through all sorts of emotions; embarrassment, anger and vengeance. I thought I had a relationship with all the players where they trusted me and could say things to me.
"If you look at what they said, it was pretty petty and not worth reporting about."