The Rams are one of the most dangerous teams in the Championship, and have an attacking line-up packed with talent.
However, Ramsey is adamant that he will not travel to the iPro with a conservative mentality, and he wants his QPR side to take the game to their hosts.
“If we go on the front foot and try to cause them problems, it will force them to have to deal with our threat, so that’s what we will be looking to do,” he said. “We won’t be going there to sit back, we have to go forward.
“Our forward players have done very, very well for us this season so tonight we will go there on the front foot and hopefully come away with a good result.”
QPR boast a number of attacking players with proven Premier League quality, and their threat going forward has been evident to date this campaign.
The R’s have scored 22 times in their opening 14 Championship matches, but their good work in offensive situations has been ruined by their tendency to concede.
Ramsey’s men have let in 23 goals to date, and they will have to be at their best to stop that tally increasing against Derby.
The Rams are now unbeaten in their last nine matches, and could move into the automatic promotion places if they are able to beat the R’s in midweek.