Two first-half strikes doubled the Spanish international’s tally in a troubled season but the 26 year-old’s warning that there is more to come will chill the rest of the league.
“Every day I am feeling better and improving every day,” said Torres, who has now scored 44 goals in 47 home games since his move to Anfield. “It has been difficult. It was a tough end of [last] season for me, and so was the World Cup, with lots of injuries. I do not know if I can play my best soon, but I hope I will.
Ancelotti rules out transfer window plunge“Being criticised is part of life as a footballer. At a team like Liverpool, everyone watches every game and everything you do is around the world a minute later. I know the expectation and I want to fight hard to get my top form.”