Jordi Torres says he is pleased with his pair of top five finishes on the Red Devils Roma Aprilia at the Chang International Circuit, but admits he will only be truly satisfied when he is winning races.

The former Moto2 front runner continued his impressive transition to World Superbike competition in Thailand with a competitive showing on the RSV4, finishing fourth in both races, which included prevailing in a battle with Tom Sykes during race two.

Indeed, the Spaniard was pleased with the results, even if he admits the quality of the Aprilia means he should be striving for race wins.

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"I am really happy about the work we did this weekend because, despite missing a session, we were able to come back well. The FP2 session is important for me because in the first session I learn the new track, whereas I need the second session to set up the base from which to work.

"Then on Saturday I have to focus on being fast for the qualifiers and Superpole. When I found myself behind Sykes I thought back to Phillip Island, where I crashed whilst trying to overtake him, and I decided to stay calm and study him in Race 1 without taking any risks.

"That was useful for me in Race 2. In the end I finished in the same position, but I'm learning lap after lap. Like I always say, the Aprilia RSV4 was made to win, and only when I reach that goal will I be able to be 100% satisfied."