The Spaniard, who joined from Chelsea on a two-year loan last month, scored on his full debut for the club as Milan fought back from two goals behind to claim a 2-2 draw, but he revealed that it was a feeling of disappointment at the final whistle.
"I am happy for the goal, but I would gladly exchange it for three points," Torres told Milan Channel.
"The important thing for a forward is that the side creates chances to score goals. The rest doesn't count much. We come away from Empoli disappointed, but we reacted well."
Milan return to action against Cesena on Sunday afternoon.