Jordi Torres has declared his intentions to land a ride in the World Superbike Championship next season after sampling a Kawasaki ZX-10R at Motorland Aragon.

The Moto2 race winner took part in a 'Media Day' arranged by Kawasaki and though it wasn't quite the opportunity to put the ZX-10R through its paces, his mere presence added weight to speculation he will be World Superbike bound in 2015.

Indeed, the Spaniard - who was not included on the provisional 2015 Moto2 entry list - has been linked with GO Eleven Kawasaki and the man himself says there is a strong chance he will be racing in World Superbikes next season.

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"The feeling [on the bike] was good," he said. "The bike is easy to adapt to but probably things will become a bit more difficult when you push to the very limit. When I rode a 1000cc machine in the Spanish Championship the bike had no traction control and all these high-end electronic aids.

"I enjoyed riding the bike at Aragon and I think there are great chances that I will be racing in the Superbike World Championship next year."

Should Torres opt for WSBK in 2015, he will be following Aspar Moto2 team-mate Nico Terol in making the switch, his fellow Spaniard having penned a deal to ride the Althea Ducati.