Ramsey decided that having Warnock’s experience alongside him would be vital, as he looked to learn his trade.
“It is brave in terms of some managers might see it as a threat," he said. "Having someone as highly regarded in the game and at QPR, some might think ‘they might be after my job here’.
"So it is brave, but Chris has made a lot of brave decisions since he has been here, which I respect. This is one of his biggest appointments – and it can only be good for the club and the first team."
Warnock has achieved four Championship promotions as a manager, and he is still very highly regarded at Loftus Road.
His arrival will need to have an immediate impact at QPR, though, as the squad are under serious pressure after what has been an inconsistent start to the season.
The R’s have shown their ability in flashes, but there is a commonly held opinion among supporters of the London club that they are playing well below their potential.
QPR are currently sat in 10th place in the Championship table, and they are five points adrift of the play-offs spots in England’s second tier.