The Spaniard has been widely expected to leave Stamford Bridge this summer but his manager insists he still has a role to play at the club next season
Torres has been widely expected to leave the club this summer, with Goal revealing earlier this month that the Blues have agreed a €43 million deal to sign Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa.
The former Liverpool frontman further fuelled speculation with a reluctant celebration after scoring Chelsea's winning goal against Cardiff City on Sunday, but Mourinho insists his No.9 still has a role to play.
"Yes he's in my plans [for next season]," Mourinho told reporters.
"He's a good player. He's not the kind of guy who will score goal after goal but the way he works and moves he contributes to the team. He's a player I like."
Torres has been a big disappointment for Chelsea since arriving in a £50 million deal from Liverpool in January 2011, scoring just 46 goals in 172 games in all competitions.