Fer has regularly been handed a peripheral role in the team this season, with many of his appearances coming on the left-hand side of midfield.
It is a position that he doesn't feel particularly comfortable in and Fer is pleased to have heard from Ramsey that he will be given a central function upon his return.
Fer has been out injured since the start of February, but the Dutchman appears to have a chance of making a comeback against West Ham United at the weekend.
"The gaffer has told me that he wants to play me in that [central] position again, and I am giving it 100 per cent every day so I can be ready for West Ham," he said.
“But the most important thing is that I want to help the team, and if the gaffer needs me to play on the left then of course I will do that. We have to try to win every game that we can between now and the end of the season.”
When at the top of his game, Fer has the ability to be a match-winner and he could be crucial as the R's look to avoid the drop this season.
The Holland international is a destructive attacking presence and his power and creativity brings a lot to the QPR team.
Although his performances to date this campaign have regularly disappointed, when handed a more central position Fer has generally impressed and he will be hoping to hit the ground running when he does return.
QPR have five games left of their season and the London outfit are currently two points inside the relegation zone.