Under Rafa Benitez, the Reds have failed to beat the Trotters at the Reebok Stadium, where they lost 2-0 last season.
Spain striker Torres has been in a remarkable form for most part of the season, after having joined in the summer from Atletico Madrid, and helped the Reds with a hat-trick in league win over Middlesbrough last weekend at Anfield to take his season’s goal tally to 21.
With that win coming after the Champions League last-16 first-leg success over Inter Milan, Benitez’s side are looking to continue their winning run and get themselves back in the top-four in the league table.
“It was very important to get the win against Middlesbrough because we still want to do something in the league and we definitely want to play in the Champions League next season,” Kuyt said in the Liverpool Echo.
“We did our job and got the three points and now we have to get as many points as we can from the league games we have coming up.
“We didn’t make a good start in that game but having beaten Inter Milan a few days before we had the confidence to go and turn it around.
“Fernando got us back into it and from then on we went on to control things, even though we had a bit of a scare late on.
“I was happy with the two wins we had against Inter Milan and Middlesbrough and now we have to look to get another one on Sunday against Bolton.”
The Dutch international hailed the 23-year-old Torres, saying: “He is unbelievable, a really good player.
“I have never seen someone who is that quick with the ball. I don’t think anyone is as quick as Fernando is with the ball at his feet.
“He showed it again against Middlesbrough and if you have a player like that in your team you have to be really happy.”