Queens Park Rangers take on Milton Keynes Dons at the weekend looking to end a poor run of results.
The QPR boss has come in for criticism after failing to settle on a regular starting line-up, but he insists that he is trying to find a successful formula.
The R's made a number of changes over the summer, and Ramsey admits that he is still searching for his best team, with injury problems complicating his selection choices even further.
“We had a lot of new players coming in and we’re trying to get the right blend with everything that we’re doing," he said.
“You’ll notice that we had a different midfield to the one we had on Saturday and it's likely with today there will be some knocks and it might be different again next Saturday.
“At the moment there are a lot of changes and trying to get everyone to blend is one of our main problems.”
Ramsey is coming under severe pressure at Loftus Road, with sections of the crowd starting to call for him to be sacked.
The 53-year-old boss has struggled to get QPR performing to the best of their ability this season, and the London outfit's form has been very poor of late.
The R's have won just once in their last seven matches, and they showed little quality in their latest match against Sheffield Wednesday, which finished as a 0-0 draw.
QPR are currently sat in 10th place in the Championship standings, and a defeat against a struggling MK Dons side could be disastrous for Ramsey.