While he may well be deemed fit enough to start the Carabao Cup final, it is unlikely that Ramsey will play a part in Thursday night's second leg against Ostersunds, with Wenger preparing to rest key players having already secured a 3-0 lead.
Very often, the backup keeper starts in a side's cup competitions but when it gets to the final, there are calls for the senior man to get the nod.
While the Frenchman admits it was a hard call to make, he feels it is important his goalkeepers have clarity and know he will stick to what he says.
But I think he will be alright. Arsenal have much bigger games to come but it will be a nice way to start off the business end of the season for the North London side.
Wenger rotated his team heavily in the group stages of the competition but played a near full-strength team in Sweden. "For us it is absolutely vital to play well to have a chance to win the game".
Despite the comfortable scoreline and a slow start, Ostersunds impressed the Arsenal boss with their fearless philosophy on the ball last time out, and whilst praising them again ahead of the second fixture, he also singled out one player. Arsenal's current haul of six points is the lowest total of Wenger's time in charge, with only two fixtures against the Manchester clubs left to play.
"[Ramsey] had a good training session", Wenger said. It would be absolutely stupid of us to think we can go out there and have a stroll.
"Both teams play great football", Toure told Sky Sports News.
The Gunners have won the FA Cup for three of the last four years, but were dumped out of the competition in the third round last month.
Wenger confirmed prior to the Ostersunds tie that David Ospina, not No.1 Petr Cech, would remain in goal for the final. "You want all your best players available and of course, he is an important player for us".