His team has scored 78 goals in 20 league matches, which works out to almost four per game.
Their cup games have also been high scoring with eight ties yielding a further 27 goals.
That makes a grand total of 105 in the first part of the season.
Fergie, 71, thinks supporters around the globe are enjoying watching a series of high-scoring thrillers.
The veteran boss, who takes his team to Wigan today, said the fans are enjoying it, and predicted a 4-3 scoreline in favour of Manchester United.
"We are a team that goes forward. We always go forward so there are holes left and we are getting punished for that more than ever," the Sun quoted him, as saying. (ANI )