Torres sealed the Londoners' place in the final after his late goal helped his side advance with a 3-2 aggregate win over Barcelona and has hailed his strike as his most special moment yet.
Torres said: "[It's] one more goal against Barcelona, nice memories in this stadium, nice memories against them. But this one is more special than any one before because it helped us go through to the final.
"Obviously it's a dream come true for all the Chelsea players, for all the Chelsea supporters who've come here and everyone watching the game at home.
"It's the second Champions League final for Chelsea. Everyone knows what happened in the past with the penalty shoot-out so I think Chelsea deserve a second chance and we have the chance now."
Chelsea will face the winner of tonight's other Champions League semi-final between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich in the competition final in May.