The former Queens Park Rangers midfielder has spoken highly of the current R's boss.
Ramsey was unable to prevent that seeming inevitability since coming in to replace Harry Redknapp as head coach, although he did guide QPR to a 2-1 win over Newcastle United this weekend and has been spoken of highly by many fellow professionals.
And ex-QPR man Sinclair, now a BBC pundit, is one of those impressed by Ramsey's work. Indeed, Sinclair revealed that he had an 'in-depth' talk with the R's coach on Saturday afternoon and was pleased with the outcome.
Sinclair's comments suggest a bright future at Loftus Road should Ramsey remain in charge at the club - which looks as though it may well be the case this summer.
Where QPR go from here is a question with many possible answers and, although many pundits seem to praise Tony Fernandes endlessly - with many now jumping on the 'let's all blame Redknapp' bandwagon - the chairman needs to take responsibility.
Redknapp was at fault - but so too was Fernandes, as the QPR owner has displayed a gung-ho attitude to spending over the years with no expertise whatsoever to back it up. Hopefully, Ramsey and co can oversee a long overdue stable period at Loftus.