The 68-year-old leaves the club next month after 22 years at the helm.
Arsenal overcame West Ham 4-1 at the Emirates and with a top four finish out of reach, the Welshman is not worried about the new boss, he's desperate Wenger ends his reign winning the Europa League.
Ramsay said: "We’re not thinking about who’s coming in next.
"It’s more about doing it for the manager, hopefully we can win every single game and finish off with a cup.
"That would be the perfect send-off.”
“I’m delighted on a personal note but the three points are more important.
"Wenger's departure is tough to take for the lads.
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"He believed in us, backed us and given us all these opportunities over the years, especially me – he brought me here as a 17-year-old.
"He deserves all the plaudits and recognition he will get for all the great work he’s done here. Hope fully we can finish on a high.”
Arsenal face Atletico Madrid in the Europa League semi-final first leg at the Emirates on Thursday.
And the next stop on the Wenger Premier League farewell tour is Old Trafford to face Jose Mourinho's Manchester United on Sunday.
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