United dropped points in the Premier League title race after a goalless draw at Blackburn on Sunday.
In his post-match comments, Ferguson accepted it would be difficult for his side to catch Chelsea, who are now a point ahead with a match in hand.
"We have a lifeline if Chelsea blow it. But in my eyes they have an easy game against Bolton on Tuesday," said the United boss.
Coyle has more important issues of his own with Bolton five points above the relegation zone having lost their last three matches.
So he was not concerned by Ferguson's attempt at playing psychological games with his players ahead of their trip to Stamford Bridge.
"That's up to him. That's his opinion, he has it and he's given it - all very well," said Coyle.
"I'll concentrate on what we can do and not what anyone else says."
Although no-one realistically gives Bolton a chance of causing an upset at Stamford Bridge, Wanderers captain Kevin Davies believes he has spotted a chink in their armour.
Davies thinks the relationship between strikers Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka is not what it should be and the Frenchman has a familiar unhappy look on his face.
"It is always difficult to say with Nicolas, he's such a hard person to read," said Davies, who played alongside Anelka during his spell at the Reebok Stadium before his move to Chelsea.
"You never quite know what's going through his mind.
"There seems to be something not quite right with him and Didier Drogba. I'm not sure they get on very well."
Davies told the Bolton News: "There doesn't seem to be a great bond when they play together, whereas Nicolas lights up when he plays on his own.
"You can't deny he's a great player capable of making something out of anything - but at the moment, you feel he's just not that happy."