Chelsea forward Fernando Torres insists that he will not stop trying to find his old form for the Stamford Bridge side.
The 29-year-old, who made the move to Stamford Bridge for a fee of £50million in January 2011, has really struggled to provide value for money, netting 14 times in 75 games.
The former Atletico Madrid man did grab a brace to help Rafael Benitez’s side pick up a 3-1 victory in the Europa League quarter-final first leg against Rubin Kazan on Thursday.
The Spain international is still fighting to be the first-choice striker for the European Champions but with Demba Ba in great from, he faces a battle for a starting berth.
Torres said: “I want to do the things I used to do all my life.
“I did them at Atletico, I did them at Liverpool and I am not doing them at Chelsea. I am working on it. If I knew the reason, I would fix it in one minute. But the only way to fix these things is to work at it.
“I am training every day and I will never, ever give up.
“I am happy here. I am enjoying London and happy at this club.”
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