Fergie is being nursed back to health by loved ones and hopes to be back at Old Trafford for the start of the new season.
SIR Alex Ferguson is out of hospital less than a month after emergency brain surgery.
The Man United legend, 76, is now being nursed back to full health by his loved ones.
And he has told his inner circle he hopes to be back in his seat at Old Trafford for the start of the season in August.
A source said: “Everyone knows Sir Alex is a winner and this was one battle he was never going to lose.
“He’s back on his feet and glad to be out of hospital, though he couldn’t be more grateful to the staff.
“The prognosis is extremely promising and it’ll only be a matter of time before he’s back at the ‘Theatre of Dreams’.
“Meanwhile he can put his feet up and enjoy the World Cup.”
Fergie was placed in an induced coma at Salford Royal Hospital on May 5 after suffering a brain haemorrhage.
The Sun had reported that his first words when he came round were: “How did Doncaster get on today?”
Son Darren’s team lost 1-0 to Wigan as Sir Alex was in the operating theatre.
He even joked to family at his bedside about making it to see Liverpool in last week’s Champions League final in Kiev.
A United spokesman said they would not be providing updates on Sir Alex’s condition.