"There were times where I lost hope and that has never happened to me before.
"It's the worst feeling in the world when you love your profession and I became the player I hate.
"Luckily it is part of the past. Now all I have in mind is to fulfill dreams.
"I fulfilled a dream (by winning the Champions League against Bayern Munich at the weekend) and I'd say it's a very happy moment but I demand more.
"The best is yet to come. Now we have to keep dreaming."
Torres still insists he and Drogba could form an effective partnership, despite the evidence suggesting otherwise, and questioned why the Ivory Coast international chose to leave the club.
"I want to play with the best and he (Drogba) is one of the best," he added.
"I do not understand why it has to be one or the other and not both."
But with the path now clear in front of him he is already looking forward to leading the line next season, having spoken to club officials about his future.
"My goal was to talk to them at the end of the season, I needed to know what plans they had for me," he said.
"We've talked and now I have no doubt what they expect of Fernando Torres. I just want to start next season already."