Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney is fit to face Milan in Wednesday night’s Champions League encounter.
Rooney had been rated as a doubt for the second leg of the last-16 clash at Old Trafford after a knee injury forced him to sit out of Saturday’s 1-0 victory over Wolves.
But Rooney was back in training with his team-mates for the first time on Tuesday morning having surprised the medical staff with the speed of his recovery.
Ferguson told a press conference: “He is fit, I am glad to say that he is fit.
“He has showed a rapid improvement since Saturday morning. He was extremely doubtful, but he is OK.”
Ferguson said he will send out his side with the intention of finishing off Milan as he believes United are not at their best when on the back foot.
He added: “It is certainly an open tie and I think what we are going to see tomorrow will be a very open game.
“We will hope to kill the tie with our own attacking abilities. There is no doubt that AC Milan have to score, which should make it a really open match.
“I don’t think we are very good at defending leads, so we will play our normal way. That means attacking, it always has. We will try and do it our normal way.
“I don’t think we should be confused by the score of 3-2 as passage into the next phase of this competition.
“We accept this is a very difficult game for us and one which we need to win. And that’s how I’m approaching it, to win the match.”