"I am happy with my work at Liverpool," Torres told the Daily Star. "But really I warn the fans they have only seen 60 per cent of the real Torres.
"To be the top scorer in the Premier League will not be easy, but in the first few weeks I have shown it will not be a parade for Drogba to repeat his success of last season."
Torres netted a brace in Liverpool's crushing 6-0 win over Derby on Saturday, to take his Premier League tally to three, and he has admitted how much he enjoyed the experience.
"On Saturday I realised how to be a hero at Anfield," Torres added. "The people were happy with my goals and it was a sensational experience.
"I am not obsessed with the number of goals I score this season and at the moment I am still a nobody in the Premier League.
"My challenge is to triumph in Liverpool and become the best striker in the club's history.
"I know that this will be difficult, but I am prepared for the adventure."