Torres says he's unhappy as Chelsea squad player
MADRID (AP) -- Just one day after lifting the Champions League trophy, Chelsea striker Fernando Torres says he is not happy with his limited role on the team.
Torres tells Spanish sports daily AS that "at the end of the season we will talk and see what my future will be because my role on the team this year isn't for me, it isn't what I expected to have when I came here. I am not pleased.''
Starting on the bench, Torres came on in the 84th-minute of Saturday's Champions League final against Bayern Munich that the English club went on to edge in penalties.
The 28-year-old Spain international says not starting the final was "maybe the biggest (disappointment) of my life.''
Torres has scored 12 goals in one and a half seasons for Chelsea since his 50-million pound ($79 million) move from Liverpool.
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