However, he has resisted the temptation to take his vibrant squad down memory lane as he returned to the city which hosted a never-to-be-forgotten Champions League final.
Nine years ago Ferguson's side recorded an astonishing last-gasp victory against Bayern Munich thanks to goals from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Teddy Sheringham to lift the trophy.
On Wednesday, they return to the Nou Camp for the first time since that memorable night.
This time Barcelona provide the opposition in the semi-final first leg of Europe's top club competition.
Ferguson insists his squad do not need a history lesson. Instead he tipped his players to set their own benchmark.
"It is almost 10 years since we won the final," said the United boss.
"The team of today do not need to worry about the past and be reminded of the past.
"They have seen the game many times on video and television, so I do not think it is lost on any of them.
"What is more important is that they can shape their own history. I think they are good enough to do that."