Fernando Torres: Chelsea can win everything

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Chelsea striker Fernando Torres says the Blues have a good enough squad to "win everything" this season.

When asked about the club's targets for the season, Torres confidently responded: “to win everything".

The Spain international added: "That can be realistic because we have a great squad. We have to think positive.

“Having players who can regain the ball and be really quick is one of the big qualities we have this season in our squad. We have those type of players up front and on the wings.

“That is good for us to play in the space behind. The main thing is to take it step by step, score goals, work for the team and do well when we have the chance and win a trophy."

Torres, who scored 22 goals in all competitions last season, has netted one goal in four matches at the start of the 2013/14 campaign.

The former Liverpool star, who has struggled to find his best form since his record £50m transfer in January 2011, looks set to fall behind new signing Samuel Eto'o in the pecking order at Stamford Bridge.

However, the 29-year-old will be encouraged by manager Jose Mourinho's decision to send Romelu Lukaku on loan to Everton for the season, while it's clear that Demba Ba does not feature in the Portuguese coach's plans.

That leaves Torres faced with the prospect of playing enough games to make a major impact with the Europa League winners this season, and enough to secure a place in the Spain squad for next summer's World Cup finals.

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