The Danish midfielder joined the Italian side from Tottenham in January but has struggled to establish himself in Antonio Conte's side and confessed that the transfer hasn't gone to plan.
Eriksen told TV2: "This isn't what I dreamed of. All players want to play as much as possible, but the coach decides who gets to go on the pitch.
"It is a strange situation, as the fans want to see me playing more and so would I, but the coach has different ideas and as a player I have to respect that."
Eriksen has been linked with a return to Spurs and hinted that he will be looking to move on from Inter in the January transfer window.
He said: "I am concentrating on my football, then when the transfer window opens we will see if something will happen or not."
Eriksen previously suggested that he felt like the "black sheep" at Tottenham after declaring his intention to leave the club in the summer of 2019.
He said: "If you have a short contract, you will be the black sheep.
"Of course, I did the interview. I was very honest. I felt I had to be honest. I didn’t want to hide like a lot of players do. Everyone is different. I was honest. I wanted to say it out loud.
"I did get the blame for a lot of stuff, for being the bad guy. I read I was the bad person in the changing room, that ever since I said I wanted to leave, it was no good me being there."