The Brazil-born forward, who signed a new contract through to 2021 during the week, celebrated the extension by coming off the bench to cancel out Iago Falque’s opener at San Siro.
However, Eder insists the goal is simply to book a place in Europe’s top club competition for the first time since 2011-12.
“Our objective is Champions League qualification. We’re on track and we’re happy about this,” the 30-year-old told Mediaset Premium.
“The important thing was to get the draw. It’s not a win but it’s better than a defeat.
“We have done more than many would have expected with nine wins and three draws from 12 matches.”
“The draw leaves something of a bitter taste in the mouth,” Spalletti said.
“We made some more mistakes than usual and because of this we are forced to settle for a point. In any case, we were able to respond and we gave a final push.”