Fernando Torres has revealed that he will have no trouble scoring against Liverpool on Sunday.
The Spaniard will make his debut for Chelsea against his old club at the weekend and insists that he is ready to find the back of the net for his new team.
Speaking to The Sun he said: “It is like destiny. It is not perfect for me but we will see what happens and I only have good words about Liverpool.
"They made me a top player and gave me the chance to play at the top level. I will never say anything bad about Liverpool.
"I have been very happy there but now the history is different and I am playing for Chelsea.
"If I have the chance to play, I will do my best for Chelsea and hopefully I can score."
The sale of Torres to Chelsea for £50 million brought to a close a very dramatic January transfer window - Chelsea also bought David Luiz while Andy Carroll moved from Newcastle to Anfield.
But Torres revealed that he had wanted to leave Liverpool since last summer as he wanted to move his career forward.
"I felt from last summer that I needed to do a step forward in my career and for my ambition as a footballer.
"I am joining a team that is at the top level. There is not another level after Chelsea.
"I am joining with big names like John Terry, Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka and I can be part of this great team.
"Also, I wanted to join because Chelsea always have shown a big respect for me.
"They really want me and it is important when you have the support of the people in the club. The fans always showed respect to me when I came to Stamford Bridge and at Anfield.
"Now I am very happy to be a Chelsea player."
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