Ashley Young will return from a toe injury when Manchester United visit Swansea for the first time since 1982 today. Young has not featured since the derby mauling by Manchester City last month but has been training for a week and is expected to start.
Ferguson's focus on the field will turn to Swansea with the Welsh club impressing on their return to the top flight and they will provide a stern examination for the champions, who are currently five points behind Manchester City in second place.
"We know we have got a tough game. We have an opportunity now to get consistency and good form," said Ferguson.