The Spain international will meet with the returning manager this week in a bid to clarify his role at the club, insisting he is keen to become "number one" in his position
The Premier League outfit have seen a player-plus-cash bid for Napoli star Edinson Cavani involving the Spaniard rejected, while the club failed in a bid to sign Radamel Falcao following Monaco's big-money offer.
In addition, Chelsea have reached an agreement with Bayer Leverkusen to sign forward Andre Schurrle, while Romelu Lukaku is keen to stake a first-claim next season, but Torres insists he wants to see out his contract.
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"Moreover, I think there is no better place than Chelsea to do that, especially with the arrival of Mourinho. I just think that every striker that has played with him has enjoyed success."
Torres joined Chelsea in a deal worth £50 million in January 2011, but has struggled for consistency since; scoring once in his first six months at the club and just 34 goals in total.
The striker, though, feels the arrival of Mourinho for a second spell at Stamford Bridge could bring the best out of him following a six-trophy haul during his first stint at the club.
Torres added: "Mourinho has won more than most of us. Now it's a new challenge for me and I'm looking forward to facing it.
"I don't think he has a bad relationship with all Spanish people. He left Spain angry with the Spanish media, not the players."