Ancelotti has no doubts their £50 million signing from Liverpool will score goals.
"I am happy because Torres is here and because he has come in a good condition and with fantastic attitude," Ancelotti told the Daily Mail. "He is not 100 per cent, but he will score. And he will regain that speed, that acceleration, that people think he has lost. He had a problem last year, with his knee, and he tried to recover quickly to play in the World Cup. He was not 100 per cent at the World Cup.
"He then came back in September, having basically been injured for five months. When a player is injured for five months, to come back to have the speed as well as the skill, to have that acceleration, you need to have time. So we are arranging for him specific training to work on his speed.
"That acceleration is not back yet. But he doesn't have a big problem. The knee is fine. It is coming. In the last game against Fulham, two or three times he was quick. He moved very well. He is improving. With the people we have here I am sure we can get him back to his very best.
"He is a good professional, and the attitude is always important. We just have to arrange the right training for him."