The Welshman suffered a career-threatening injury in February 2010 in a game against Stoke City where Ryan Shawcross broke his leg. Before then, many had seen him as Cesc Fabregas' clone but eversince his return, he seemed to had dropped in his performance.
His performance so far shows he is coming back and he is also aware of that.
"I had a really bad injury and it takes a while to get back to your best," Ramsey said.
"I'm feeling confident again and getting back to my old self, which got me here in the first place.
"Hopefully now this will kick me on again and I'll keep on improving throughout the season.
"It's always difficult to overcome things like [my injury] in life. A lot happened last year for me. There were loads of things going on off the pitch as well.
"But I'm feeling good now, I'm happy and hopefully that's showing in my performances."
The 21-year old also made it known that the drop in his performance last season was as a result of that monstrous injury which made him absent from football for a very long time.
"[When you first come back] you're not sharp in your mind and you takea bit longer to think things through on the pitch which normally come naturally," he said.
"Little things like that make such a big difference… that's how I felt during the second half of last year.
"Being out for so long means your body's not used to [playing again]. It takes a lot longer than you think.
"Prior to that I'd been running around every day since I was eight years old. It takes a while but hopefully now I can have a good season."
He went on to speak about the experience he gained from that incident.
"I think I grew up a lot - it makes you stronger and it's getting over the mental side of it," he said.
"As soon as you get past that the confidence comes back and it's a thing of the past.
"I spoke to a number of people who've had similar injuries and they reassured me about it.
"I had a few conversations with people and they had nothing but good advice. I listened, I was patient. I didn't want to rush back - I wanted to make sure everything was correct."