Fergie has been busy throwing down a psychological gauntlet to his current crop of players this week by claiming they are the best squad heâ€™s ever had in his time at the club.
That means he rates them higher than the 1994 Double winners featuring players like Steve Bruce and Eric Cantona and better than the 1999 treble winners who, with Beckham, Keane, Scholes and Giggs, had one of the best midfields in the clubâ€™s history.
You can click here to vote for the best ever Man United squad at our sister site www.manunitedpies.tv â€“ but weâ€™ve taken a different approach by putting together Fergieâ€™s best ever team made up from the three great sides heâ€™s assembled.
Click through for a look at Unitedâ€™s best ever Premier League XI and let us know if you agree or disagree
Goalkeeper: Peter Schmeichel
Who else but the Great Dane that United have never really been able to replace?
Right back: Gary Neville
Good old Mr. Dependable (unless heâ€™s injured for seven months) also gets extra United kudos for his supposed hate of Scousers
Left back: Dennis Irwin
Always consistent and could bend a free-kick better than Beckham
Centre back: Steve Bruce
Would put his body in the way of anything, as his mangled face suggests, and also provided a goal threat from the back
Centre back: Jaap Stam
Built like a brick shithouse and one of the few players that even Fergie admits to making a mistake with when he offloaded him to Lazio
Right wing: Cristiano Ronaldo
A tough call between him and Beckham but Ronaldo has more pace, trickery and goals in his mirrored locker
Centre midfield: Roy Keane
Unitedâ€™s driving force and Fergieâ€™s reincarnation on the pitch â€“ he set the mould for the teamâ€™s unbreakable will to win
Centre midfield: Paul Scholes
The ginger ninja should never be underestimated as the player that makes United tick, he can do everythingâ€¦except tackle
Left wing: Ryan Giggs
The only player thatâ€™s featured in all three of Unitedâ€™s greatest teams and heâ€™s just signed a new contract that could see him become the clubâ€™s most capped player
Forward: Eric Cantona
The clubâ€™s best ever transfer arrived for Â£1m from Leeds and provided the catalyst that created a dynasty, although a certain Crystal Palace supporter may disagree
Forward: Wayne Rooney
Itâ€™s still early days for Wazza but if can keep fit and out of controversy he could become the best ever.
Is this the best Man United Premier League side ever?