Spanish international Fernando Torres has set his set firmly on winning the UEFA Champions League as he believes that it will be the best feeling to do so with hometown club, Atletico Madrid.
The 32-year-old has enjoyed success in the competition in the past having won the trophy with premier league side, Chelsea which was followed by triumphs in Euro 2008, World Cup 2010 and Euro 2012.
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Torres, who is a graduate of the Atletico youth setup has only won the 2001-02 Segunda Division with his boyhood club and he wants that to change with the Champions League or La Liga title win.
“We want to write a new chapter in the club’s history,” the Spaniard said. “We can do that now. We have a fantastic opportunity – a huge game against one of the favourites. Now we have in front of us a huge game.
“There is no better way to celebrate the club’s 113-year birthday than to play a game like this. We are here to write that new chapter. I hope that within a few weeks we can say we have taken one more step.
He added: “I feel very fortunate to have played in great teams, have had unbelievable nights and trophies with Spain. But for me personally, nothing could compare to doing it with Atleti.
“Being united we know we can lift the fans, make them believe, and [Wednesday] will be another chance to show them the correct way to win.”