The 21-year-old joined Udinese from Dinamo Bucharest last month but does not want to be compared to former club star Alexis Sanchez, who left for Barcelona in a £23m deal this summer.
"I accepted to join Udinese because it's a strong team," said Torje.
"But I am not Sanchez. The Chilean winger is a star, who had a wonderful campaign last season and helped Udinese finish fourth in Serie A.
"I have to do the talking on the pitch and have to prove myself. I already feel a bit of pressure."
Udinese coach Francesco Guidolin is set to hand Torje his first Serie A start this weekend.
The Romania international will play alongside club captain Antonio Di Natale in attack.
"I am ready to make my debut on Sunday," said Torje. "I cannot wait to play alongside Di Natale.
"He is one of the best players in his position.
"I think we will play well together.
"I believe my strength is to set up others to score and Di Natale is a great finisher."
Rivals Lecce begin the season once again focusing primarily on avoiding the drop.
The Giallorossi finished 17th in Serie A last term and with nine new arrivals this summer, there is room for optimism.
"We´ve had a good transfer market," said Lecce coach Eusebio Di Francesco.
"We´ve brought in players that can improve the quality of the team and I am happy."
The visitors will be without Morocco defender Mehdi Benatia, who serves a one-match ban.