By Rob Kelly
The talented pair have not had many opportunities together in the Arsenal midfield due to a combination of long-term injuries and loan spells.
Wilshere is now close to his first-team return after 14 months out with ankle and knee problems, and Ramsey is looking forward to his comeback.
“He’s been out for a long time and I’ve been through a similar sort of thing,” he said. “I’m happy to see him back playing again. There’s nothing worse than being out for that period of time.
“We haven’t really had a chance to play together. He went out on loan, I got injured and then he got injured.
“He’s a gifted player, one that any midfielder would like to play with - and I’m no different. Hopefully that can be a possibility soon.”
Ramsey will have to wait a bit longer for that opportunity, though, as Arsène Wenger is not willing to field Wilshere against Schalke on Wednesday.
“On Monday he had 90 minutes [for the under-21s against Everton], Sagna had 90 minutes, Frimpong had 90 minutes - we will see how they recover,” the manager said.
“But we are in a bit of a trap at the moment because he [Wilshere] needs to play full games and of course, 48 hours later is too dangerous to play someone - or even put him on the bench - who has not played for such a long time.”Copyright 2016 The Arsenal Football Club plc. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.arsenal.com as the source