Real Madrid defender Ramos also said he had no concerns about the treatment he might receive from England supporters on his first visit to the country since tangling with Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah in the Champions League final.
"I'm not really concerned about that", Ramos said when asked about the possible reaction towards him from the English crowd.
"I know the English fans will treat players as they deserve and I'm not anxious about that in the slightest".
Meanwhile, Sergio Ramos said there was renewed enthusiasm around the squad since Luis Enrique, who was a serial victor during his three seasons in charge of Barcelona, had taken over. Jurgen Klopp specifically criticised the Spaniard's approach to the challenge as "ruthless" and "brutal".
"Of course, I didn't really know him personally".
Ramos, 32, who will wear the armband for Spain against England at Wembley on Saturday night, said that he had never meant to hurt Salah who dislocated a shoulder in the incident after 25 minutes and later left the pitch in Kiev in tears.
"The fact we have been a reference over the past decade means that everyone knows our national team", he said.
Ramos clearly doesn't care about a few boos at Wembley on Saturday night.
The new coach's press appearances so far suggest he will carry that same edge felt by the journalist two years ago into global management, and it remains to be seen whether it proves a source of unification or alienation amongst his players.
But David de Gea allowing Cristiano Ronaldo's shot to skip off his hands was not the cause of Spain failing to break down Russian Federation before losing to the hosts on penalties at the World Cup, and neither was a penchant for texting or fried food.
The head coach refused to discuss any tactics ahead of the match against England, which finished fourth at this summer's World Cup, saying he did not want to give the opponent "any kind of clues".