Guardiola has enjoyed a glittering spell in charge of Barca since he first took over in 2008, winning three La Liga titles, the Copa del Rey, and the UEFA Champions League twice.
Perhaps even more impressive has been the way Guardiola has managed his troops, keeping the likes of Lionel Messi, Xavi, Andres Iniesta and David Villa happy despite having to share the limelight.
With the further additions of Cesc Fabregas and Alexis Sanchez this summer, Guardiola is likely to face an even greater headache trying to keep all his players content at taking turns warming the bench.
However, Torres, who believes Barca are clearly the best team in the world at the moment, believes Guardiola is the best in the business at man-management.
"I think that nowadays there is a team who are well above the rest in Spain and in Europe, and that is Barcelona," Torres told La Liga's official website.
"It is hard to maintain Barcelona's ambition. You many win everything one or two years, but in the third year you're going downhill and in the fourth one, players want to leave.
"It is not so simple to win every year, I do not know what Guardiola does to keep his players happy.
"Moreover, there are players who seem to not have a place in the team, and he finds one for them.
"Players keep coming through the youth ranks... keeping that is not easy."
However, the Spain international did admit the Spanish title race has been effectively narrowed down to a two-horse race in recent seasons.
"I do not think the league has been reduced to two teams [challenging] because the rest are weak, but because the level of [Real] Madrid and Barca is very superior.
"That is the difference, they are much better than in previous years, while the rest are keeping at the same level."
Torres also spoke effusively of compatriot and new Chelsea team-mate Juan Manuel Mata, whom he believes will guide the club to glory this season following his summer move from Valencia.
"Mata is a great signing, he will be a very important player to the club because he has all the requirements to help Chelsea reach Manchester United's level.
"I hope that will happen this year, and if not, soon enough.
"This kind of player brings another speed to the game, something Chelsea have been missing."
Chelsea return to league action this Saturday away to Sunderland, before they kick off their UEFA Champions League campaign on Tuesday at home to Bayer Leverkusen.