“I have moved on since that happened and I'm just delighted to be back again playing”
Wales captain Aaron Ramsey on the Ryan Shawcross tackle
But the 24-year-old former Manchester United trainee stated in 2011 he had no intention of playing for Wales, preferring instead to attempt to make his way into the England squad.
Meanwhile, Ramsey believes Wales and Great Britain Olympic team-mate Joe Allen will settle in well at Liverpool after
his move from Swansea City.
"I've played with Joe for a number of years now for Wales. I know all about him and he knows all about me, and we have an understanding of each other," Ramsey said.
"Delighted for him to get his move to Liverpool. He deserved that. He is a great player and hopefully he can do something good there and I think it is a good signing for them.
"I think he is more than capable of handling [the move]. It's a big club but Joe is more than capable of playing for them and he knows the manager there [former Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers]. I'm sure he will get the full backing off him.
"All he needs to do is let his football do the talking and I'm sure he will cope with it easily."
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