ISLAMABAD - According to a bulletin issued by President Asif Ali Zardaris personal physician on Saturday evening from Dubai, the presidents health is improving. The president is making a smooth progress and feels better. The doctors are confident about an early recovery, the statement read. However, sources in the party informed that President Zardari would stay in Dubai for another couple of weeks for complete recovery. Taking to media persons at the function of a local television, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said that the health of President Zardari was improving and he was feeling comfortable. He (President Zardari) is improving. The president talked to me on phone yesterday (Friday), when Chaudhry Shujaat and Pervaiz Elahi had come to meet me at the PM House, Gilani said. Agencies add: According to sources in Dubai, President Zardari will remain under observation for a few more days before going home as doctors have advised him to rest a little longer. The possibility of having his follow-up check-up in London to ensure that he is completely fit is also being discussed by Zardaris family members and close aides. This is what the late Benazir Bhutto did when he (Zardari) was first admitted in a Dubai hospital for a heart ailment for the first time back in 2005, said one of his close aides. Zardari, who had three stents installed then, was taken to London and then to the United States in 2005. But his aide said that no final decision has been made about his going to London this time as he is stable and fit and talking to his close family members. President Zardari spoke over the phone to his children and a number of important people including Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani. However, no visitors were allowed except for family members and close aides. There is also a possibility that he moves to his house in Dubai for more rest as doctors have advised him a time out as he is tired and fatigued, a source said. He added that he is likely to spend time with his children here during their winter vacation before going back to Pakistan. President Zardari put an end to frenzied speculation that he has fled the country and will resign on the pretext of health reasons and that coup was afoot. Im fine and will return soon, Zardari reportedly told a Pakistani journalist when he spoke to him over the phone from the hospital. I did not want to leave. My children and friends and the prime minister insisted that I go for a check-up, Zardari was quoted as saying. Those that run from the country run with their kids My son is in Pakistan. I left him there. My enemies will be disappointed as I am coming back soon. Bilawal Bhutto Zardari flew from Dubai to Pakistan on Tuesday, the day Zardari arrived in Dubai for medical treatment.