The Argentina striker joined City from rivals Manchester United last summer and believes Torres should do the same.
“Torres would definitely make us better. He"s one of the top strikers in the world and I would love to have him as a teammate," said Tevez according to ANI report.
“Last year we ended up contesting the Champions League places. I have no doubt that this year we will achieve that aim and fight for the title," he said.
“The club will pick up reinforcements and this will make us stronger. I know I"ve never regretted coming to City. It"s the best decision I ever made," The Sun quoted Tevez, as saying.
The Spaniard striker has been linked with a British transfer record £65million move away from Liverpool, with City and Chelsea both reported to be interested.
However, Liverpool boss Roy Hodgson insisted that Torres is staying put, and is now excited about welcoming the Spaniard back to Melwood next week.
Hodgson, whose season starts tomorrow at Macedonian side Rabotnicki in Europa League qualifying, said: “He"s told us he"s looking forward to Monday. Looking forward to getting back to work and looking forward to playing for Liverpool next season."