Spanish striker keen to discover form for Stamford Bridge side.
Chelsea’s Fernando Torres insists he will not give up trying to score goals for the club according to The Daily Mail.
The Spanish striker has struggled to hit the net on a regular basis since joining the club from Liverpool for £50 million in the 2011 January transfer window.
The forward was once regarded amongst the top hitmen in Europe but has failed to find regular form for the Stamford Bridge.
Torres showed flashes of his former brilliance during his side’s 3-1 victory over Rubin Kazan in the Europa League quarter-final first leg game where he helped himself to a brace.
But the striker last hit the back of the net for the club in the Premier League in December of last year.
Torres has vowed to defy his critics and repay Chelsea for the faith they have shown in him.
The player may find himself running out of time to prove himself though with the club having been linked with a number of Europe’s top strikers in recent months.
Reports are suggesting that Chelsea could be preparing big money bids this summer for the likes of Atletico Madrid’s Colombian marksman Radamel Falcao and Napoli’s £50 million rated Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani.