Queens Park Rangers are in serious danger of being relegated this season.
QPR are four points away from safety and Ramsey admits that every game his team play for now on in is a 'must win'.
It means that the side's tactics will have to be altered slightly and Ramsey insists that if his men do end up in the bottom three, then they will go down fighting.
"We have to go for it now," he said. "Liverpool are going to be wounded now from their last game [the defeat to Hull] so we know they are not going to give us anything but we can't really worry about them, we just have to try and get a positive result any way we can.
"They are all must-win games for us now. We are four points away from our nearest rival above the line, so we have to get as many points as we can now."
QPR face Liverpool and Manchester City in their next two fixture and Ramsey's side are under pressure to get an unexpected result.
The R's are in danger of being cut adrift and, if they lose their next two games, they could be relegated before their fixture list relents slightly.
QPR take on Newcastle United and Leicester City in their final two matches and they will fancy their chances in both of them, but they must ensure that their season is still alive by this point.
The R's have improved under Ramsey, but it could be a case of too little too late unless they start collecting some victories in the immediate future.