The Bulls agreed to forgo this year's Sky TV revenue as part of the deal to enable them to keep their place in Super League on a 12-month provisional license, after coming out of administration towards the end of last season.
However, speaking at Bradford's pre-season media day at Odsal, Khan said he was disappointed with the actions of the other 13 clubs in voting to divide Bradford's allocation of around £1million. He hit out at their "selfish" attitude and claimed the money ought to have been used for the overall benefit of the game.
"When you come out of administration, you need all the help you can get but the money was split between the clubs, which was very disappointing," he said.
"There were two or three clubs that didn't want that money, they wanted to support the club which was very good of them. But the rest wanted that money. It doesn't make sense to me. If that money had gone to make the game bigger it wouldn't have bothered me.
"The conclusion I've come to is 'you take care of yourself'. We're just a club on its own. Every club is on its own but it shouldn't be. They should be working together to grow game.
"If it was up to me I'd made decisions for the whole of the game. It's a game that should grow - it should have grown a long time ago. Rugby league should be buzzing and becoming a massive game but at the moment it's declining."
Khan's comments come in the wake of the controversial report commissioned by the BBC which claims Super League clubs are more than £60m in debt and facing a "financial abyss".
Despite his frustration with the rest of Super League, Khan insists he is happy to bankroll the Bulls in 2013 and is confident he can help them start to make a profit within 12 months.
"We've a clean slate," he added. "The only debt the club owes is to me and it's mine. I don't owe anybody anything."