Speaking to SiriusXM Boxing, he added: "The fight was so close, the magnitude of the fight - you know, a heavyweight championship fight - I've always been taught to count a champion out and I wanted to give him every opportunity".
"Of course [I feel a sense of injustice about the verdict] but I'm not going to go on about it forever, life goes on", Fury said to BT Sport ahead of Manchester United's fixture against Arsenal at Old Trafford.
"So when I went down to count. not only did I get down, I scooted in so he could see my hand and hear my voice". Josh still likes the Tyson Fury fight.
Hatton posted a message on Instagram regarding the ref's count controversy, and in the message he said: "From the second Tyson hit the deck to the second his knees were off the canvas was bang on 10 seconds".
With the judges deciding the fight finished as a draw, Wilder hasn't been the only one criticising the count by the fight referee Jack Reiss.
He also explained his decision to get Fury to walk away and return, completing a turn.
It appears Wilder and Fury are set to have a rematch and will keep Anthony Joshua, the IBF, WBA and WBO champion, waiting on his hopes of completely unifying the division.
That would make it the most popular heavyweight fight in America since 2003 when Roy Jones beat John Ruiz.
If the sales go through 300,000 Wilder and Fury are set to earn more than US$7m ($4m for Wilder, $3m for Fury) as their purse guarantees.