Carlo Ancelotti says Fernando Torres is 'very happy' with life at Stamford Bridge.
The Spanish striker has struggled to get going since his January move to Chelsea and has endured a barren patch in front of goal which has now stretched to 10 games for club and country.
Liverpool were the benefactors the last time Torres did score as he grabbed a brace for the Anfield club against Wolves on January 22, but has failed to open his Chelsea account since his £50 million transfer.
It is surely only a matter of time before the 27-year-old rediscovers the form that made him a Liverpool hero, and the Spain international has received the backing of Sir Alex Ferguson to do so - with the Manchester United boss slamming Torres' critics as 'ridiculous'.
And, with Chelsea set to face United in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final tonight, Ancelotti says Torres' mind is focused on the Blues - and not Liverpool.
"He doesn't have a problem," the Chelsea boss said. "The feeling is good.
"He is not happy because he doesn't score, but he is very happy to be here."
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