Despite the Spanish striker's horrendous miss at Old Trafford, the Czech shot-stopper is in no doubt that he will come good and start scoring regularly for Andre Villas-Boas' side
Torres did net his second goal in 24 Chelsea matches, but also missed a number of other chances, culminating in his howler in which having rounded David De Gea brilliantly, the Spaniard put the ball wide of an empty goal.
Nevertheless, Chelsea 'keeper Cech is looking at the positive aspects of the Spaniard's recent performances and believes goals will soon be on their way.
Cech told the PA: "This is one thing in football that happens and what he can remember is he played really well and scored a great goal.
"I can see every time the guy is improving. At Stoke, he had a brilliant match and was unlucky not to score.
"The last match, he created both goals against Bayer Leverkusen and against United he created a huge chance for Ramires in the first half, which if he'd left for Daniel Sturridge, it would have been a simple tap-in.
"He also scored a great goal and then got himself another opportunity and, unfortunately, I don't know what happened. But I am not worried about it, he will score goals.
"He scores goals and can create them. Ideally, you want your striker to score but if Torres creates two goals every game then who cares?"