The Spaniard, now the Blues' only out-and-out striker after Didier Drogba's summer departure for Shanghai Shenhua, has started the new campaign with a bang, netting twice in three games.
The former Liverpool man concedes that he has more responsibility on his shoulders after the Ivorian's exit but is aiming for a return to his Anfield form, which saw him revered as one of the world's best strikers.
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"Hopefully, everything is going to be OK and we will work hard.
"Now I am looking for new personal targets, which is to get as many goals as possible and, hopefully, I will score more than I did in my best season at Liverpool.
"We have the squad to do that and we have five more trophies to play for, so it could be a magic season."
The Euro 2012 Golden Boot winner was criticised at times last season for failing to take up goalscoring positions but, after his first full campaign at the club, insists that he now knows his role within the Chelsea team.
"For me, the striker has to be in the box," Torres stated.
"Once you have to run into the channel you have lost your position. So I try to spend more time in the box and leave that job for the wingers. Obviously when a striker goes to the channels, the opposite winger has to come inside and finish as a striker.
"This is the job – we have to make sure we are all working in the same way. But the striker has to be in the middle and the wingers go into the channels. These are the basics of football."
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He added: "In my first full season we got two trophies, which is the thing I was looking for when I came.
"But now I have more objectives, more personal targets and this season is very important for me. We have the chance to win more trophies this season.
"I think all the fans are excited about the league again, after a couple of years of not winning the trophy, so I think it’s a good time, especially me, to give something back to the fans."
Torres insists that last season was not a complete personal failure, claiming that he had to adapt to his new role within the Chelsea team, and praised his manager, Roberto Di Matteo, for getting the best out of the squad.
"Last season I became a more complete player. I played in a different position and the style of Chelsea was different to the style I used to play," he continued.
"I adapted for the good of the team but I like to play on the shoulder of the defenders, play in the space and receive passes that Hazard, Mata, Lamps or Oscar can make behind the defenders.
"You need to balance things and know what's right for the team and that's the job of the coaching staff. They have to get the best out of us – and they did last season when Robbie came in. He understood what we needed and we did very well. Hopefully, this season he’s right as well."