AC Milan striker Fernando Torres has set his sights on ending the season as top scorer, despite managing just one goal in Serie A so far. The attacker is adamant he can be a success at San Siro and insists the club will become a European force once again
The Spain international has struggled for form since arriving at San Siro from Chelsea on loan in August, with his only goal in nine league appearances coming in a 2-2 draw at Empoli in September.
However, Torres – seven goals short of current top scorers Carlos Tevez and Jose Callejon – has vowed to make a bigger contribution and has no concerns over the number of goalscoring chances being created by the team.
“If a game ends goalless, but we’ve created five chances, that’s a good sign,” he told Gazzetta dello Sport.
“There have only been a few games where we’ve created less than we should have. However, it’s now up to us, the forwards.